The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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I BY JONES & DYkE. TALLAMSSE '-FLA., OCTOBEK "15, 1859. .-VOL. XI..:.NO. 42 ,

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\ I PJOJtssional aub asiut '([arbs I A.: feALLIE, F DENTISTRY r From tin Sonttitt n 'field 1i"Je I it will f'nyletter than any .oilu-r grass, orgrnir liU.tttile (rpm-,-Ihe- -pastures: every-. -night,-:an.1 t 1 3

-_ n _' -l I how can we Ircprovc cur Lands, and or root, on a given section or bl tl. f folds them on No. 4. at re-t, ntil, section by '

?ui ic.4L. OT1UE. i i Make Cotton T 'I he only objection ever urged against the section, the whole field or all the t fields are *

-<<_ DRY GOOiir'PROVISIONS I rrt.nll.f'\"t't? rteorring qupsflon his been con I Bermuda grass amang cot Inn ,planter., M i its manured i-i this way and turned in when!

Dr. Wm F. Shine, I II fitontljr before the public mind, for near lilfcentury a tenacity ol life, and the difficulty- eradicating I the turnip crop, \\vJncli, wits planted :after (hewheat

otrcB nis rnoMxMoNAL Kic\iru ro me: rinno. I I -AND- I I nud has as jet ne\er been s
adjoining hat of Dr,, Gamble A r lton. GROCERIES IN GENERAL. toiily ansuercd. Various Attempts liarbeen Hence, tit1:, p'an is among many to destiny, stock feed oti them daring the day ashereto-

OFFICE 8, Ibf" '*, 19lvMILES 2iuvCInbOrI8J88. 46 DR. T. J. CUR LEE I made, as well by practical farmers, ns I every ve!!tig of it on their (allllS. The true fore indicated. At night :T the weather' la j.

: .. policy is l<. down field which will cold b under theds
who never
1 \7OULD return Ins grateful acLuowledgetnentsT \; those claim to lie scientific, but noneh.lte put I they ran put thai are .

HASH & LU.l T to the itirn of Soulhert Ow:'gln, and Mid 1 succeeded so far.as to make any permaneiitimpression he needed fur cultivation again, nnd, as it i Upiopagated well littered. No. 1. is now sown in wheat.
SEED tile and East Florida, for the vcrj liberal patronage upon the masses! generally of their by the roots and not by seed, I it I No. 2. prepired and planted in cotton, after

> L V L K U ft Innrr.s ,i rer'*ive!
|E& PALMS, i I G-ro 'th of :.8&8, KHI He in will thoee continue nrrtioos the of practice country,of an4 the has above iade profrs-such to this question can only be obtained proper by I uplands where ,the soil i i. nut very. rich, I and No. 4.which) has, had the.advanfAg d

I : arrangements with mnnufuoturcrs of Dental Material n long continued process of Induction ; and I it may be easily destroyed, 1we hare seen and the folding,of cattle at night) planted in

MEDICINES, Hf OILS I GTThIROPS, I North, us to enable him to put up FULL setts of then, so multifarious: be ihe jioints embraced I it done agnin, and again, by turning the turf corn. 'There will be quite as much compostas

tWir rien.la and the 11L1i('. i i I teeth, in any of the'popular modes, at from'fifty to that to no one man can the discovery over a good turning plow in the fall, and let can be haojed oaf\, ,.,which. may be applied

"rOULDlnr..rlll ImnJ a good axsortmeni} of uc OF ALL FLAVORS, I one the hundred d..lll1rslesa than i ii usually charged. for I l he justly awarded. It is the object of this essayto I the roots take the freezes till February ; then I t S corn or cotton or wherever it .seiis mp.s. :
same in the South (he means whaltie as.and)
rtieles u are generally kept in their line of business FMl COUGHS AND COLDS I! guarantees them to be as WHILE, .!/sJTIFUL and present, as succinctly as possible, after the : sow oats, anti fallow with peas-it will be needed, or is most convenient. Thus the'plan-
. nd i ,,ill be re<*ularlv fresh iupplit Theh completely shaded out'and t for cotton the four
receiving; II'B'I'O I IIUVICJUU: : as.can be put up North or Smth.tTlH experience and observation of a series of moves "during years of rotation.If .
t'rn1slba1l) be reasonable.T I Jot received at the EDWARD Sroir BARN of AUD, Ja. I >ee in need W Tifs *er\'ice, can, by topping a years, what are tho cheapest and best processes the next year. By scattering! the roots over nnder the system, there is not a manifest

.lUhae ee. April 9th 1858' 14. Tallnhawee! December 18. 1868. Til"wii. i '0(1(5 to him at either Mmit:cello or Maduoy\ lla. Improving ,ihe soil, while we cultivate a corn field before the last plowing! it will I improvement of the land, then have all tho

..__ __ ___ _.___n !have, the work dtM, and time to test it betui.1y.iogfirit lh. Crpat "hint *t .L- __.!. ...1.,. .. ...,,1..14 .. ...... n.lf.Jh4..tiDJ 'nd .t't I I Cft.J."tffl :OOf\d' u""i w t ", ':- ft.-Ju Jft" .
GALL IE : IIl"X 2 Ulllmt' : :
A. I IY"I.or ['IIMur:1ge "lw 1 1subject
H. MCDONALD & CO'S. : In wh-t:; do our lands so rapidly deteriorate, (
TS in f a Urge and well selected alucV ofL : fSff The best references giren if desired. have no doubt that it i h, a. great ameliorator ameliorating the soil. And if under
receip' 4. ; culture {
the adopted generallyby
STAPLE nnd FANCY GOODS. Sbbtrtising ( QDmmissiDu jDnst, December S3, 1658. C! under cotton of tile soil, and will be used for this purpose the system, with the same amount of land

Sprig .* 102 STREET SLUSSER their
NASSAU them an.swcr
P. to pristine rigor
restore wertaped"alae oT his unwe
Halt and Cvp*. hoots and Short, FaiHt'yOroftrif j NEW YORK. bo.h 'nitro and humus.; of" less( lands and more labor shall lie recognized ey, including'the! ;
TALL HASSEEFLORIDA to question, ell the of ihe South. i hIve wofully mistaken our calling in 'nil"
{ fe.1SS9 I by planters
*. IIii.ei\\ ftraxJitK, c t, < is of animal the other of
I The first ,
Advertisement will be received a. above, fur publication mainly Our main reliance for winter rood must be attempt to write an agricultural essay. If ha
18 ,
J.prit :::0, t l\h MTACTCRtK Of A : i is some. :
-, ---- -- ---- : in tliilpap.rt.Aug. RETAIL vegetable origin-though on the luinlp what is called the docs not make quite ns much cotton, which
E.T BAnNARD) Jr'f O.186'9. 3\ WARE, AAP times produced, not in large quantities, from : One thousand bushels Rota we are not willing to admit. )amount of
? JArANX I folding systi-ni.
I I DEALER i> PtXiN, FANCY A O : decomposition, and humus resultsto } )'
WILL lONTIM'E TIlE 1OTT1jLANGEH; WARE. vegetable tome extent' from animal sources. Nitrogen I Bagas ma.' Le replied upon, per acre, when ,, butter beefmiitton% rx, >r'cr liides,{ and olheraniipal
with corn hour &c will at
properly manured and managed. As the object products, ,
RUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS WATCH JIAKER Stove IIcnd-Qnartcrs. being the chief element of ammonia is is not simply to feed tbe stock Wt to improve least equal if not outstrip the cotton crop on,

tT' AT TIlE OLD 'TAXD, alGII' .R:] A SPLENDID assortment Cooking Parlor always forming this compound where it exists!, I the Kind, we would purchase super.Pl.0pl1ate the old plan. And then, deduct the depreciation
and Wood Stoves,trimmed with nealues* under favorable circumstances. by combining.
I And Jeweler, : and durability at reduced prices. ] ( of lime, sow in tjje drill, and cultivate ol the value of land in the one case,and'
1! UOKTICELtO FLA., with hyrogph. Ammonia is the great pitnci- and the increased value in the other, and there is "
TilE i'3tOET I Out Door Work. well. One plowing .one hoeing are ,
OF ;i ,T J'OULD rwpfctfullj inform the citizens of Mid pie upon which depends the fertilizing qualities between the of the two
Head, however all that will be requisite. When I no comparison profits
Roo5t1 .Ornamental Front GuUering.Copper
I \ \ die and East Flonda that he designs making of and, all animal manures It is a
and Tin Sheet Lead Sheet guano the have matured fence off a small systems. Our plan takes less capital, and
Conducting Pipes. turnips ,
Corner of Clinton and Monroe Ihttotta.Tall4hu.ee.January occarional visit through these section of country for volatile salt, and hence the difficulty of havingit I Ih 1
Zme. Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps.; Shop work last stock several contemplates larger profits.
656, 3R i the purpose of doing any nork: in the above line I soils. It is section, enough to your
19. estimated
_h I I that may be tiuc-ted to his care, I of every variety done at short notice. retained in dung heaps on will days, and turn them in, to feeding arid work The single county of Hancock U now

: H. BERRY, | ALSO- I City and Country IQrrrlinnts that sixteen pounds of ammonia ing. It may be we'I! to have different sectionsfor spending about 850,000 annually, for nitrogen -'. a

Auctioneer and Commission ] A fine Lot of Jewelryrhkh I will sell at the low i Are respectfully invited to give me a call: befoie purchasing Vender l an acre fertile, nil We other doubt essential elements kinds of stork, or the hogs may follow transported from the Chincha Island.' ,
not singlecow
est '*ibc! prices.. etaevbcre.fST being present. a Who doubts but that the elements
I po the cows!, ns they would make a clean sweep acme may
MERCHANT. rc.irLApril : N. B. All articles manuradut'd from the very with food would waste enough,
77 Lftt gtrrn tf '
.prfcrcruf; proper
I soil. A hurdle be produced and showed at a much cheaper
1 best material and warranted dar 'Lfe. No other art of nil that was left in the light not .
ALUIU55EE, Fla,Sept,29. 1855. 29lUGlA. __ 30. 1859; __ )8IyDwelling __ _____ lewill be offered for sale. properly husbanded, in a year to enrich fence 'might be constructed with moven- rate by our planters, on the system which

-- -: -- CORLEY, ; House for Sale. October 20. 1856. 42PLANTERS' five acres of land. Humus is the decayed kind. LIe pannels which would! save much labor we have presented; imperfec\ ly t Not 6n- 'I

organism of plants or vegetation of any in changing from one section to nQtber.Our .- ly nitrogen, I b'dt; humus is also developed b1
Attorney at Law 'HE SLfBSCRIBER offers for sale on itgjiJL HOTEL; During the gradual of its decomposition .
to Lishooce and fjjW| process' and plan is to hare two slanting planks nailed the rotation of crops, and ,the permanent, pusturage -
terms purchaser filmic
eaiy a i it forms humic, geic cremic
TAI.LUIASSEK TLA. For instead of the cattle delouring
; Iota in Bel-Air. Apply to the un.Jmilrft'i together or slats, which will be about two system. .
January 17, 1857 S-ly : or to W. K. Beard JOI1N BEAR ). Ta11ahasseo. apocremic arid, by combining with oxygen, and half feet high, then drive two stakes at nearly everything left on the land1 ai
March 5. 1859. 10-tf C. II. FISHER? Proprid all of which are essential to the healthygrowth under the \ 'leaves arid
each end and put A heavy rail in the cross. present systemhe!

John B. WMtelmrst, I -POST&MELCOMMISSION -- Aprils. 1869. 15-ly _ I of that vegetation subtracts the There humus is no so system rapidlyI of If[ not high enough, another rail could be : stalks of all products I t remain: to decay and
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 18ftDICAITICE.I. t farming added This roul Ibe 't taken down and put return to tne soil more humus than was taken -
ATTORNEY the soil cotfon culture not because
I ( as "
MERCHANTS wfth Tittle' labor. from it by the crop.

lLRI.FLA.: ,, 641 1'oydrns Slrcf\l, j B. TAYLOR,. .. .". .. .J. S.: BO&D. I' the lint and seed of cotton are more exhausting up Now, very what a're t the objections t to this system But one more item remains: to b# discussed .
TT in die Ciniot Court of Jaclion. in themselves but because it is a clean
TILL prartM ? Nothing but the old of not in this essay, for the proper. and permanent :
,. anj Holmes cout.tiu. NE"VV OB.LE-ANS. Drs. & Bond same plea
I \ Washington Taylor I culture through the whole of a long summer, and is
of lands that
attention to 1 ---- having time to top a hand to attend to the improvement our ;
kod pay rpecul collectingTvo asfouateJ in the practice of Medicine Of aqd there is nothing returned to the soil of .
*. n>ber57, 1858. 4l7Benj. I BEFFH: TO HAVE stock in cotton picking time or of planting level-culture. In this climateoftollinglands,
at the OLD STAND of Dr Taj lor.Tallahafote I which t to make humus, but the stalks and
----- -- -- ------ -- Perkins A Co Tallahassee, Fla What and rains, it is useless to apply manure .
: Mesors Thomas J February 1. 859. fc the turnips in crop lime. a foolish washing: I.
F. Young .. I. R Hams A Co.. Quin'v.ii leaves of the cotton. the soil unless it is
I objection] \\f e assert and we can maintain in any way to protected
Dcnbam & Palmer, Mont dJo, I Now the question recurs, where can the
j1! ] benham St. Marks. obtain and humus the position, that with good B'rmudgrass
\j' !):aiI]l71 Ikard A -0-- i Southern planter nitrogen
and fine field of abandoned hill side ditches( : upon stoohechivities
West pasturage, a turnip, one years
j Mr. James Filor, Key
ANDSOLICITOR Ga. at the rite, with which to r'juvc-
Columbus cheapest:
Bank of found the
Atlanta, Ceo II make or long elope, having
Mersrs. MrNauglit A: Ornir.ni, hand can more money by attending to
IX IQtm"TILT.prU'h : nate' fields t The and urine
.. J. N. M(Kicnon A Co, TLomasvilIe ADAMS:: Cci-li., ']I. It.YOl'ISC, Pre.*. his barren dung the stock in the folding system, than a dozen improved system of I level culture to answer a

: *.]in*,the aud Court.the Federal of the Court.Eastern.*. Cir August 14. 1858. -3i-ly----.-- -- I Cash Capital, . $100,000 00. of Not animal are ammonia the g,rent but sources other voluble of nitrogen.salts, can who do nothing but plant, lend and! pick much !> "'" parpose. Our plan is to culti- I }

only round. Don't ho startled MiQ every field and every crop on n perfect
(OFFICE AT furrvrru.:, AVAC.H-A COCMT) "UOI1TT"P.R. AWIAVt'D: 1 T VTth Exchange: en Jiew I ork. at cufreM., :.:l':.-* Lnswerinnthe same ends as humus and its cotton year ,
REFEJ.JWt, i* : Bills diKuan' .. h.& w -ii- *-**"* -"V.-4-if'-aL.Lu.:AJ aJ*-- thoipf ypfilC'VVO" !, "J... "M..%lfttt -
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS Also, en Columbus and A palacbtcola. TdTc ;-uy tng-ficif veiuuiu nn nttrt-- eight months in file jear. A nan acre rn
CAW. 4. J, IACAS ) I 4 I ted at current rate Gold Coin for tale.OlSoe. the fields-theicby calling into action, through cow with what dry forage can 1 e I rows.from twenty to fifty yards apart according -
V CkarJetton. S. C. .A.T LA" V, j stairs the Store of T. L Bettoo of Hut! Bagas hill-side. Each
Cou J. 1 n. AIU, I : (up ) over medium of manures, much of the will her the t(, the steepness of the
the green farm keep
F.UEt A TROJU-SOX, ) formea a co-partnerelnp in the rractice of Eeq, M. P. ELLIS Agent. insoluble elements oldie soil. easily husbanded on a of the rows, being on a perfect levej!, i is !idled; (;
DC. JAMES S. JONES la I!ah a net. Fill I HAVE. and will attend to any professional business 'tallaleflR500 Dc .4 1858. 49 soluble.jns as remainder of the year. A ccw voids from We begin to run
June *,'57 23"WILLIAM I entrusted to thdr car. I I 'I ho following propositions!, then, maybe 1,200 to 1,500gallons of urine in a year, the ded for a seed roW.
PERRY AMAKER.Msy aphoristic without animals, one. side parallel rows, the proper
I D 1'IlOGtE..A. A Card ; considered ns : wits of which, after evaporating the water, rtn

SCOTT, I 1. 1858. 18 _ _ -0-- I there i J no ammonia ; without ammonia,thereI will be equal to about 100 Ibs. of solid mat for corn or cotton, until we approach near
E. I. T. BLAKE I remunerating Have we the half to tbevother ;nide row; we Ibed..tf;
ATTORNEY: t r FIREINSURANCE. no crops. Ipr. composed of r,1and other organic matters way!
u-- MOXTICnLLO- !-:- FLA----p Register of the United States Land Office animals, then ? the horses,the cows, the sheep, containing nitrogen, sulphate of soia gin at that and l lay oIT until the rows meei then m
-0--- Short are
SO t t jan FIRE l NSIRAXCE COMPANY. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., I the goats: the hogs Very few farmers have and ammonia muriate of ammonia and common the narrowest part. rows
Jill, M.t8U. -- -- -------- his services, to act as Acrrr for persons enough stock to improve their soils as fast as salt. A cow fed on excellent pastureland filled in by running on one ridge, return
---- I'IIWMX>> INSURANCE COMPANY OFFERS land in the State Land Office, could other always splitting out the middle
if the
HIGH ARCHER i to enter they draw upon them, even they saveall 37 Ibs. of dung in a day and ing on ,
,r. P. rAr. OF HAETFOBD, CO Y.Aggrtgate and will attend to any business, in any of l lie State But with the small produced between the ends of the short tows more

PAPY & ARCHER, \ ( Capital, $100,000 00. Offices proportion at the to the CapitoL time and Charges labor; b reasonable* to\i ed. and in I amount their ot excrements.stock they now have, much can night contained, equal to the 13 500 elements lbs. a year of good,* in soil.whichare narrowly than the width of the regular ends !of rowi.If the: .

ELLIS. six feet the
M. P Agent.Tallabascee. RIVKR towards by adopting I the corn rows are
WEST or SrwAfXKt done improvement would these solid !
I of Townships be much land, think -
How yon
.A-ttomoys t X.aiivvTALLAHASSEE. Dec 4,1858.; 49 furnished Maps at from two to five dollars each,in advance. the right sjst"m. We frequently hear it remarked I and liquid excrements of one cow, fertilizein short rows should! \ not be more than four.-

FLORIDA. I I MCOICAL. NOTICE. January 22, 1&9.; 4 that such a man has too much storkit How much would hundred. By this plan, when a short row is plowed

July 9. 18: 9. 23 I I ------- ---_--- takes too much to keep them. Alas'! a year there is al ways another near al.hand. to betaken
: after
--- -- __ :JmraJ <<:: manure in three nights feeding on
----- cows
-- Dr. T. Hayward Willis. what a fallacy This is the foundation the Bermuda during the day and night on I without having to lift ihe plow some
& HOLLAND i TilEFarmers' grass .
FLOYD OF << of the South. No distance: to get to another row.We .
whole farming economy Thesi interesting i
Law. j located in Jefferson county one half BankOF much to feed them, when a luxuriant (plat of tunvps are hesitate not i io assert that }tr a farmerwil
at HAVING & Exchange
Attorneys th' rent of Mrs Bradeo'a on St. AOgus- wonder it takes too questions' to be answered by some; future cultivate -
practice in the Circuit Court of Middle | tine road, offers hi, Professional service* to the ur- CIIiRLESTOlV. there (Issued scanty provision made for them, scientific] agriculturist, who will adopt : : take a hill side however steep, and been;

"TILT. West Florida and in th. Supreme Court i I rounding country- NEW and such little attention paid to them in any of on this plan before gullies have f
ON NEW YORK, and out the only system improving
the State. Also in the District. Court of the Uni : January 8. 1859; 2 SIGHT EXCHANGE carry the I formed, he will never be troubled with them
I AND way. ir our humble opinion, to
lands adapted
District of 1 1R. formed
in the Northern have been ;
ed States, With view of correcting all the evil, In old fields where they
Fla. SALE [ a of the South.
FLOYD, Office ApalacbicoU widespread
stock husbandry ditches to some extent, :
Office Fla. DENUAM, Agent. to tho important question of been in hill tide are,
D P. HOLLAND, QOIBCJ A. Sheep folding has adopted Eng,1, when
Dee.!!, 1885.: 81 CONPANY TallaWipe: Dec 1858 49 at the South, we propose to the care- land and other countries of Europe but it is always a necessary evil) ; or
--- i the I with level culture, it f.s surely
---- her connected
of agriculturalists not
--- ful consideration
L. Ot HARTFORD. State Bank of Florida which the purpose of manuring: land and dcuhtless I carries or the suiface. %oa.
Henry Rutgers, grazing and folding system, by would bi used much more extensively, but I but more slowly.
iuIure sim.ply.

COMMISSION MERCHANT Incorporated in 1S19.-Charter Perpdual.0 TALLAHASSEE.OCT" luxuriant cattle are kept grasses fat by during permanent the greater pasturage part of of for the fact generally that land; hence is too, soiling high for and grazing; stall On,a the hill deterioration side, protected is gr by ddal.laqd from! the,,base-

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. I llCILDING. and the cotton fields fatted in return -- purposes the summit but where there are bill side
:: OFFICE IN ItCTGERS the year, are the best system. Most of tbe to
CASH CAPITAL,,-81,000,000. I animals. ,Here feeding ditch and terminatesat
by the droppings of the be saved and ditches, it begins at one
solid and liquid, ran
T IBERA.L advances made on Cotton or Tobacco EXCHANGE NEW YORK AND' of readers will smile derisively manure, another''-that portion of the soil which
JLJ consigned to hu fn nd. in New York. isstntE AG ATX!lT LOSS AND P\\'AGE BT" Fine:, I SIGHT ORLEANS FOR SALE. doubtless, some litter and carted out over the few and not distant acres the land immediately! below
ONTLKMS ADAITJ-DTO THK II tZARD, at the idea of hauling in farmer, In the would have kepi
SIGhT CHECKS OX :NEW YORK FOR SALE, AND CONSISTENT COMPENSATION WITh TILE. LAW8OF I dasliieh WM. BAILEY, PresiJent. hauling out manure, at such a cost of time of South land however possessed this by system a single will not payand the ditch, in good heart.has been rarriod: 'off

/ amount* to mil plU'c1'G.tr. W. P. PETTES. of stqck be illustrated in field
.number any
increased ditch
labor bthp. as can
LEWIS 8 and for an abandoned the few who
March 12. 1859 11 B. C. Agent February 19. 1859. has already been by for
I Tot TaU haue and Ticinity.j I AS under the old composting- system. Not hnvA tried it. while many are .crowing doubtful where ditches have. remained. permanent! .1.":

E. C. Cabell, August 15. 1857. 33 BMCK-SMITHING too fast, gentle reader; we propose a much all 1-;;to the'value of hauling out compost at number of years just below Level the ditchc6 culture. mesoil also .
j that the
than this-one puts is always poorest
no- cheaper system of
SUBSCRIBER gives All admit the utter impossibility keeping
..A-t; "torn.oy ; w Yonge & McClellan, ;:srI"BE that be baa opened his' the animals to work gathering their own feed, all. extensive lands by this process, and possesses the rare iftivantage of holding !

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. \ ttcr13Ay.n.t: Laoogv, SHOP again in and then depositing the manure just where it up have introduced gnano and all tbe water, between the rom or cotton

2 connection with bill Lrvxar STABLXB where he will needed without the waste attending system, hence many beds, of summer shower?, so that none is lost I
8 1S59
January raaericr: m ALL THE: COURTS or WKST: 7LoilDa.OFFICE Plantation and Carriage work. is other foreign manures which is thought to "
all kinds of
Lave done and Frequently oo clay
MKBIANNA. and the trouble of loading unloading. to tbe only by evaporation.
nnd better
PE>SALOLA AND be profitable
S. -ALSO- ,
C, c. TONQE, Ten.....J. F. MoCLEIXAN, Mariinna Our system, then, involve, first, permanent cotton-culture of tbo South. We feel well lands it remain fr a day or two, graduallysoaking nourishment

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, January 8, 1859. 2 flHOESE; ill SHOEING use every in endeavor the very to best have manner work; pasturage, without which it is impossible to assured that the grazing and folding system in and adding when moisture under the and'old modeofpIowingit j t

with dispatch, and to suit customer. keep stock to advantage in any country. is destined at no distant day to take( precedence to the plants, the .
MOXTICELLO, Ellis Orlopp & Co., P B. BROKAW. The great difficulty of stock raising at the of all others. would have passed

"I'VTTItiL Y euit.practice and Thomas in the and Courts Lovndes of the County Middle,Cir Ga WHOLESALE, DEALERS IN.IIARDII'ARE January. 1S59. 1 South,lies in this very thing-the dependenceof Connected with Una system, there mnsl bo slope as fast moislure as" it fell behind.and leave bat little

the woods, old fields and highways few permanent
farmers rotation of Very
March 1856. } a judicious crops. oetfrn'e '
-- FINE CUTLERY Livery and Sale Stable with their scanty supply of grass and Southern plauters, even among the more intelligent Thus we have, in brief presented

J. M. CALLAWAY, GUNS, PISTOLS, 4-c., 4c., T"HE undersigned gives uo-. herbage to keep their ctttle during tbe som-I i any regard to this important what we deem the true 'Mst'm of improving -
York. Jtice., that b* has parVS3JK. of the pay lands in Ihe older section of the South, where
SIT Tearl Street. :New then to have the run isI
No. MERCHANT mer, fact in agriculture plan
GROCER & COMMISSION ROBERT ELLIS l&P_ _tgrl_ chased the Livery Stable all the soil has been so much abased and dete-
the fields during autumn, gathering lands in cotton and the Mr.
li.Ntwsom.in TallanAwee together-with cotton I to keep the best 1
J. William
Two DOOM ABOTE: AMES & LITILT. THOMAS MAX A. ORLOPP P. ELLIS. good will of tbe esUblithment, and that be is now they can.of Jeavei and shucks, and stalks, I est in corn and wheat, until so exhausted thattht'Y riorated. It involves) four imports princi- .

/ OXSTANTLY on hand and receiving fresh sup 4 prepared to carry on the business in all its braoche, leaving the land downtrodden and depreci will produce neither, then turn them out pIe!, neither of which belongs to the present

V> plies of provisions and Family Gr.. eries. !'o January2IS59. aha promises the public with good accommodation aXed ; while the remainder of the winter and under the growth and agricultural! syrlerri of the South; except in i
from slowly recuperate
orders to
the pains country spared and in at relucting the lowe poods market to fill prices.. Country Nathaniel Han en, in his line on reasonable RICHARD terms. SAUNDERS. early spring is eked out with a scanty supplyof leaves. of the old field pilie. Learning wis, few insotaled! u ',=\-i%.': permanent of pas to rage and
rotation ,
produce and all other goods consigned! to me for COMMISSION MERCHANT, Sep. 6,1856: 86 dry forage. We propose, as a remedyto dom from the past, sonie of the most intelligent folding: of stock ,l crops combination
The citizens of for planter to put level culture Every! other ysJem;or
we vill receive prompt attention. this great evil every of middle Geotgia have adopteda
Tallahawee and TKanitr are respectfully solicited toea.ll No. 38 Poydras St., New Oi leans.REFERS -i,. B. BKOKAW'S. down a portion of bis arable land in Bermuda three planters rotation thus : 1. com ; 2. cotton of systems. tbat lias reibWp proposed, ,

examine and price my goods before urchaamgelsewhere. -0- luxuil- years ha failed arid we offer) this to the p'faoteri)
STABLES and if too to produce Wheat oats ;
Every article warranted to be as represented LIIERY AMD SiLE grass ; poor ; 3. fallow or rejt. potatoes succeeded iMr
South one that
.... ant boy guano and give it a good and are of such secondary Importance .of the
the grasses turnips
to purchaser. E. Broom. 1 FLORIDA. :
its parts
,1"1LGen. sod in
TaUahaas tried
; April 16. 'a9.: __16 It. A. Sblne. fA. Proprietorwould inQ A start with (his fertilizer. Rolling land might ; tHat they do not bring them into as it has 1 been of

PEET.RR'S R Koy ., F..fq.. }Newrort. FIlL 3rS TiBrW** "PHE JL form his fotnds and the lZSfiS2 \ be selectedS the grass root will protect the rotation, but havo lots and small fields sustained Iy.he principles agricultural ;'
J. .
iu. Spe-nccr. A tfu.. I2L-public, that h. has rebuilt his.LL j. the soil from waste, by washing rains, while adjacent to the .farm yard, which are kept chemistry and pbilosoP lThe cheapness

LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, I John) J. Sntllmg, Quinev. Fla. Fla; arge Brick SUbles, at the old stand, and is now th. more level fields could be retained for I highly. manured (or these crops. In our opinion oCcur lands and large j extent of oar firms
Gn. Wm. Bailey Jefferson county accommodate his friends aa ] customers good land will the eonjpo'sUng iystcni
TAULAUASSE. FLOEIDA Fla. i prepared to < cultivation. This grass, on ; morejtidlcioua rotation would be as hare already brought
Madison a
II! J. O Putnam. Eta t.. He also has attached to his Stables,a good Blacksmith months In : which has been succeeded by
the Circuit CourUof GaJ den, 1 Cedar Key, filL give excellent pasturage for nine- forn 2. wheat follb'wed by into disrepute; ,
Practice in Augustus Steele, Eaq. I ,where he will hate hue done all kind*of follows: 1. ; which'
WILL Wakulla Jvffersoa aud Madison, and | Daniel Bell. Eeq., Hamilton county Fla. Plantation Shop""otk.llbttl! shoeing,and Carriage work in I the year, say from April to November, unless 1 turnip ; 3.' cotfon ; 4.* rest The adranta- the inlroVfaetion of r rtig'"ai Ddrt'.
to the collection of notes and aceouoU r41. I ad dU in which case, the bp; now 'fa,tta! ascendso4, bat the
promptly I! Remington. T oma."iUe. Geo. the very cst manner and with promptness the freezes como early ; of this rotation can be rdade very apparent : seemsn.
in any of said Counties.tSf Ed.Seixu, Eaq.Eeq'J patch. time be less by a few week It is useless ,' to undtr grazing and folding! tocsin ofala.rni has already bWq to.Odedfrom
the door of the \' Geo. may stir one ;
in the Capitol,opposite J.Mar h. t
Office Jack thatdt is JJot
I General office. 1858. 47 Novembers, 185S.:: 44 I ) for bur ,planters to seek for a better grass I system. Let it be premised that 'onefourthof Virginia and Maryland, an
Attorney's v. .
F b. 2., IUS. 9-tf j for the Sohth-it has all the necessary elements the plantation i is in Bermuda grass. for (permanent ameliornting, bat eihayitnig vysirm. an
i LAWTON & CO. i: Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, of A good grazing grass being' nutri i( pastarag. Ther remainder is divided planters trill have to'1oi J ,1t' to otbf r?:norcdf,

FIRE INSURANCE WM.: M. For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. lions! teflacioas of its rijht, fighting its way ,. into four rqqal parts. No. 1. in corn ;. No. for the hope ot permanent: secc4.We veT-.

. FAOTORStCI.aLES'I"OY /THHE Subscriber ba just received.: through all opposition, and maintaining: its I in wheat just gnHmd ; No. 3. in cotton, ily belike that the plan wev.y oIe'Eak&t'in .
STATE FIRE AND 31AEI.NE! INSURANCE CO. ; Ie c. I : JL very large supply of Carriages il hold la the severest droughts of oar long samj 'No. 4. at rest. Oar stork feeder drivesfMrillV I all iu pub: will: mn.*eed.Wkatcvev iry '
PENNSYLVANIA. WM.L.LAWTON.It. 4"A14'WRICltT nACOT.WIXBOn Buggies, and Harness,which be off.r mers. Such a grass u invaluable l ami we 12. ; h* iu failnrff.i at r :\.! t'mm. dl 1.C'rrt all \

: TlfSURE against loss Iv Fire on the usual terms LAWTOS, JR.Aa forMic the, moet reKouaUe, term 46 j, hesitate( not lo assert, that with proper care = principle" of ArrKsnUnr. pare,: _V, _-_. :-:; ., ..;;..-.L '
J"F.. H. FLAGG Ag ot. \0't10'cr 1F. 18M.
. Tallaba&sif, Dcecta' U.I2fB. 11 ;. 20, 1J53. $1 -Sm


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;;r ; "II"'Fn trl Ic cnjusted
_____-_- _. ___o._____.____. -- -.-. ..-and-D.--S.-Walker-,-AuoclaU- --Jostices.- SptftVing i'' [Fro, die Augusta D6pada.] I tu-pirfile ihe d-cmntnll' : treaty I WHAT -ism-

ttc!. rr' t.f.rugr 11\ riree i At.\ Pfv III t.in.u Hie Election. the ekction of those gentlo, tIle Mtjxdtt BY : t Il.e latert iattllisenee from Lo".on, Wednesdaymorning THAT WONDERFUL PURIFYING AGENT
le .\.ireraflCuiiiri'rins.C
i is
inch cf the Li cV.ctVon a* I TSLSGBAPH tUtCol Hawk'-t-
have returns
: .lirc. Whether in nil Its I'rtrS-i*, re Wet innl tta! '
Press o! $ltnrior l:1.t says: I the Jr"- ln-1..IIr.,1 "r Fluid !
in .td td i Darbv'i Pioplijlaclic;
Iii the W t tar improving onr hard tincc onr la-t : : .
uN vt-rr hare to
a .
proe.v' come :lvfuction *.:i.edci i\1 rPris -
foils .". 'l'. r.-rnain't(betrrted. A cooJ bench. end that \\.i gire pcscrsl rr i LATE !R ruoM EUROPE : .1 had arrived and ,ltair.td: intervitw, *t ::
t protectmr 0 f.r1 1tIJNC1L'.43oop ru.OjiciafC1.itr Jimiee, PnPor.t UJ, r.nd we lU-.k. *'H resell in quieung that I fnc". : -i : t r:. is a Xcw lJi'rm'T7IIt is # verairfecrini..iReieerck
uf ,
th ca'.tu'a! '
uttcril: I.h Walker the Court, ul.icliWM that tasTe *i>! LC. It i* a toitoKph /Stunt/e Skill
n 11tlf'11182. For Aooctoef! iS63. feeling of f'rr".i'icon to Supreme eornwponi'enfe fays
Iy. Wiicu C24. jrt of the SllIt!. and in AF.r.IVAL ..''&_ tjfe OF TtlH I the pcaee-regl.fSa5, ;.I'tr.tI I. i'l a Cb.a>MAl Ubiun of l..atC'lillS.I'"Jl'd! b!
I : r.rtrard Si'.l. T,' :; 1S9 H"r'* 114, non.l! gro"li rpn mary that I another hi'ch in : r.Jut her clr. for reiKlerrt. pour the air w.
iraportartirllural VCr.t.tu1 ere
_ i 145. McCom: tI, ilcDon.ld 24. Baker, for JuJgc j giving: l'mnlnl'II1nd nil get.tleunn rtxUlitv of \\Agl moral worth. net c2'CANADA.. .:, persists ia keeping. i an arm-) "D ._ .1. breathe. Its action is iu uboHeoee its fixud lass
& ; .
jlutibian Journal. Circuit 2'.'1. j jJnd liu-: late-rity and eminent lej! abi.iJy:\ ; W.,1 mate I LATER FROM TEAA.H.NEW i Qnttl, SIRE. WmiFCU:

4 !:e cf 1'roUte tote 244, Melver! 25f Clerk | a fcl-l retne bench highly cre-Utalle to the! bt-te. .! H.ttrx, 3f. S.. Cvt. :.-1b. steairtWp Canada nuslI. Oct. 10.-Brlllll ru'ii104'Tna., was8tacketl It purifies dwelling, fink*. kiSeLrn
--" Smith -a 1:3-< -- 't. (;n.ttm'\8. ao-i ave all oPective odma ;
". Circuit Letter C88. PF. Joces 228. Shcr.ff, j has nirr.fd with datsto2ntut.DY.SC1-t. on the 23th u by It removes
T.tI.LAfl.tSSFEi : Potts f 3. Tax C"i1rct.r.t.- I Brine np your ChIldren :o Do Sornethlo : Liverpcil I kilJed. The J3U.itr,:cn rpcr. as'l Ibo j jpitolIt1'lI'rt It cures I old: with instant o vrtantir--.
LXwrnc 16\ TJT-.B8
-- 400 j A *: ':m in rjniil-v <*i-'srKre-! r mlU 1.. thePhladi.1p1.ia Slth. 1 at liLerl '. latent t-x.t..n..t rr" It is the best preparation ever teed for fresh '":!.

OCTOBER 1 1810. kn 580, Perkins ,. J.-bn E. Wilnm elected Cvrorrr. j tr Sirih .American: ,hou1Je to provide Cmnlr.CLLW su-ijed. The citizencld raurat1fledt" !lItar."ras. I It d..!rt'.T". all 'regi-latle I ::: ot.imul! p- i-t'.;

i .TCnD.\_T, :_, W.. 31. Molntotli Ci-unty lIt\"l'jvr. W. II.Seot I I01l.1l1t' cf pursuitvl.Ki! Licr-j-6! Gotten Xarliet.-S- O'it.!tie wcrk 46. TheVrtican authorities strut assistance to tbe '.co'The It lelierta iaalew stcccd* the bite *I it s-eta
for each cf t'e juvei! ?, I
: :, W. 11. GiUcn L B. Giegcry ccd W. A Goon, fa'r.and! aeI MO la-i,,, (>\vSiith: jinii.lors look l'M bnr! ': nt 1 iewrvvi1le. named" bre etc.
Clothing. v.Ul give th'! a f'lIf' of tUir tst I GuHi'las were hen.led t.IIn rclkw I It scatters lis "l.wi fornvn/ ; -

Attention 1* ctf'J to the "dcert.emente of County Cvmu.i*ti"nf'rjl. I I I, Ct' -il\ to the lous.hlL This i keili-. propcr'y: i aId n.tlru 11.OttCIl.ale. AU qualities! d.-eI1.c1:: ; Cort'.rr: :*. anl nunr.beri-d one hill rC'11tr..,:;; t.:.ywinwanted : It knotUs boi!. wbtii ti'rmnl.' ami tc-: ILemrapi'llv.
cir I Annexation 646. Acncxaticb 4. I wenibersI tel but the ditn.rva! i..6 riot cndts* w.i* slCl 1 and rode h.to the eily acid po ted! .
Prktor\: Clajk and cf Joseph \Velw. !, instilie-l! into tUir mir..l. tvill nts1.t' t''' a ; : .
Hettr d aititlcln MiPW-S.-Cliief Justice, IhiPcut 253, Wrigl.t r.n-1 ia thvmflve 1 greater. Holder oLT.-r.cl f e,.ly, but .1.ov.e.1 i.o cl'rosition ;*- I enfncK Gen. Canrajil an* others wirived ..n.l..r"ild..l -- I, It li "!.- f-r rtrhi'iiu-e. ulerrs. mrn af.l ames;
olhrrs tarry
well >lird whh er(ry I \altial-le to the! Foil ,
'l.ert) p-ntVinen r.rf npj soilntes lcDl'I1i11.t41:1. W.lhr soikly aalea The ns the outlaw* to Injve r-.y It dt-.tr.S-s! tie teeth and puiiSrs lie brenth;
the clothing line from I Glove to a Ovr (coat. 171 I, }1I1IZ.1172. : 1' The Creator who niaVe r.cthing inan, I Jo press qnotat'.onivtrc I Crown: v'a* th.a Jrlrrll'l'r.t".l with .1..111111 tr.x'pJKntaniwa" The worst .yn.p"r i>f TvpV! .i I nod SeaiWt l Fever

.--. Sll, Forward 71, Yoi-ge C3. McCat-t 26. Ilc-guc 21, '' d"e* net in vain en.l b-jinan l igs into the ,vrirM: I follow: Fair MU..lei 7J1 ; Fair UI'U: .(. 7JiMilliing f..'t.u I Ihe d:2"I1t: f-ir;in I
la ting reader."m.10 well to rend Upland 4. Baker/fur C.reuit uJt'., 224. ': tl.I'oul1 find their plices ami fill 11..in. : Mobile* (%J. ; MiiMIing: UpknU f: .l- I outlaws were cncsaj'.tl tear tU c::y. some t-o I i known to check"W! spread of I'j-pln>id Fever m'F;mI
W Otr |) 0. M. T. Brinson re.e1tt'teJ Jiidje; Prol-ate, and bane of coiimn- \ TlC'[: clock cf cotton was OIS.OvO bIts, wf which I hundred stronp. I I ili's ni.d 1 upon p'antatioi'S. .
the article on the frt page of to Jayl iditHcntted Idle toes and women ere tin coy The GeneralWteu tie camp and oLt-i n- a I I Leading pit Fit'IlN air.nenrr it in ).." .t"". Cc.

, .Ht-w C1I nt iniprote Land. and E. W. Vann elected SheriftCOLrMtI.Ctief r.ity. They are tot tapir do;* Tn w l>tJ l"lj I -I;O.'I(1tte.' Arjsrcnn.Lc'estLirerrod. I rrorai-e thattle nutliws wonl.l nit t"u l.a! Krowrvi'.le *- 1! lumbin. rammh. A-ui'i-ta. ttll.ta. Mi.? n. C.luni-

make Cotton T Justice PuPont 201 Wr'.gltCO.Bs'.tzell become sooner or Utrr. the taa-e vf its crime .u-l i : StliirJuy t 1 ci.:-flair* f.f Cut- ICY more let tie tilizirn exp,.td tit b- attacked hut. Mon'Koaierv.Sr.iua, y-; .nle: ami New Orlran

I '. 85. A !ociate. Forward :SK.. i aker; :! folly ar.dex2r.itagbt.CC. In pau ijic'Fwb ton this forenoon 7.C1O bale, of vlKU tXPC.lttU i t1uifl. An exj'rtft ":a* Hr.1 o the% .r.'ar '-t.I i I rloe.H"'p't '* cf New Oili-um nod Mt-bile rot

! Warren'a Feu, ment and Grave: ILoofing.Jtl I 263, Yorg! t2. Hogue 19. McdiiU 11. Mi-Donald 9_ fOH'11y.itl slt.uU read. T.e fome- I ...k 2.000 lales. The lit illit floff J qui..t.I I irt fi'T trl'folThe Sheriff 111111 l"s ealnt ti-iioc i"I1osi'inl
( I every faruily int-tto advke lacer .U>wn to Point Isabel wIth the !!enm LprizlIcn'lI: ;. c.'rp-tratierj.i rb'p n-.i ter rnlll. rllrtlJreri'

We have Men a Circular rignod I.y over >ne bun- DrvAL.-Chief Justice, DuPost S72 Wii/ut ll Z. i boJy. D.' icnutbirs. IJoar your ou it 1\4." I SlIt ef TrailMii.c'irst were I Jal i.I I p.aes! physicians, furiiitbcd bj tie gallon loW

Offices in New T.rk. Boston and W.:ktr ::51. -C-:- ------- Lie, closed ftv.kt,but Cria.GEJKRAL .
t I red Insurance B.Uzrll59. Associates, Forward :l1. j jYopge I JURIS j reduced rat t. .

1iJtlrt.. agreeing to insure buildings covered 101 Hogue 1. Hi>nat.d 4, McCaLta 2. An- j A second edition Jadc'e IJliel '* raiBplfct I. :. I MARKCTS.J 1.I For *ac' by Jiuqx'ists i and country merchants p'nerallf.

of : tt. SenitorPoagV XIT.V& ;.w Voru. Oct. 1 o.-Sa1t's..r Cotton to ci.iy 410 from whom order ore respectfully ""|;ieitetl.
1th this Cement at the *tne rates premium luxation 3, No Annexatiin 441. j I been Usiiek. wilh an appeul'.x reply k'nIlcswdhetim.
The bottle.! I'yi.-e CO Cents
1J.r.I Try least
at 11 cents. at inc
I Lfovrediti! Slate, Tin Zin.Copper or Ircn." The entire Dttoocralic ticket Utlid f.ir County j 'W.IO"t'r fpcech and lo the nhi.il1n 4.lf l a TLe L.,rdn IliM'd! wys that itls I rea'on to believe tnt lal.Iiot.lli"closed% dulL Uplands { \ ". .
t I m.rtte luthnretbf' .Manbattiin.L 1 tfllcers. .!i1's rt'ut ti:\vhkh have I1l'pt'lrIJ in other quit ll;tt tl.e truly between, At>tii.. antI Trance I -- _o- -- 3T:: Manufaelured only i in tie Lai araJory ofi

I Zurich. and tl &t the i J. DA PY.. Autism Ala.
other cf Fire will IOon tc cou.-luJrtl at preliustmiie ,
_tread*ay. Atlantic, and \ht leaJ.ng I :uc.-C1.'i! Jo.lke, F'uFont J)5) Wright 15.Baltzdl tcri Mate SemlnnryTalhabassCe.A
-- -- YSLi: Fr.n,.avi'l le tir.et'y! rosintllonl I>. Mc For sale in lMias.re bj AMCS .t LIVELY.i .
1. of Sew Yoi k. Cen. Shine of I -- ul : i friend bas mt u* n circular from R.-v.
aiumnce Ccirpanies : S4. Associates, Forward 167. XV.lker 2l2 Senator Rrodrrlck. "d in Neil Tun.r. Piintij
U tit V. a! the agent for the Cement, .ti* i Yonge 63. I DrodiniL: ,) Ju I Ijje Terry fjaj'at ft Iarl inttrwtcd in the cause of education in allection I N. 'B.-l'er&I's"i.1..; so.illl.! rrs. water. sIc. an-
I IVs bas returned f.tl
iJir-g) with tbe most perfect snece r.i.d Iati"fac' I Ion : At }"unln, in3. the vote wa! fjr Baltic] 83. l>u- or. the ISth ptember. The former was pierce1through The AretIn.ahriflg: ttismcr record and I. 1. our State. We are pk-csi-d! to see fn.mII.e alvzed csnhave it cl.ccou rr..s<'r>aM, terms l by smdHg -
and t Plot J. DARBY.
1 ; I is appludto almost any flflef: Roofing :: Pont I.. Wright r.one. Forwird Cl, Welkcr 70, the lung and died on the morning (If the from her voj'lIbl', ring* interesting elrcular; hunt the Seminary i it doing! so "'t'n.and I f.
>. .11-1
building relies' of the Franklin 'X1' .JI: t'n.ir J.hn Frurk- ( Mr. Turner's"excel!. tit method of i I March 12. t8: .
fire.ruof. doubt rot run.
I rendering the work 'he i 51. For Circuit J uJgl', Livingston 83, J. 51. The latter was uninjured. Tlie event created
House and occupied in the sec- I I Yonge I ICth. tin u i ijfaiJ, died: in in l I 17, and tl.at .. chuih. wa iiiMriutioP. that !Iii pi.pifc will l}'arn siir.ch r.orrupiillr I
I the funeral took j.laee '?I A It iiID
oppesite (\llrt Baker 20. : a profound sensation. thai r.ti.l.rtlt old f y-:I'U1. The rtii..berof .
I ," OU lll f iOU', .liu %... vi.e JV ...tntlever nVandoned in 184$. iun two hrntlred. On the 22 1 al. at lb. re'Merrr <.f Ihe brute"* fatber. ).
Wl\1 ? ihe
\ \'I"fN..OTI'thlaJ. F&j"I; ; cf the fKl.'ium : prp'ils drririr pa-t *e I t:. I'. Clara l>,. I.I ClIX:
new or repairing old houses. would do (1 to use 29. Ealtrdl IIP. Associa i s, Walkir I < witnessed in Cnlifwrniii. It is rrporUtl that tIe proposition Xing i> Military tactii-9 will her.-afur: If iatr.xluee.l end M'KXCE S miil J. Dl'VAI.TrM I>J ft the n Tv.rM:. l. HIM COO'CLIA C.

i this article. "hel long established and ..1 know 65. Yemge 1M, Holland 15. I 1 Terry has been arre-ted. Public sentiment i* ti sfttll the lulim question, line teen I we doubt not that (hula new feature will ren.ler the I TKUIIS rf F n ju: -r county Vlrfr-uia.

the I CAIIOTX. Cl.iof Justice DuPonl greatly !incensed against hie. I accepted 1'} Napoleon. This proposition include ini>tituti.n sti'.l: more attractive a. well: n* efficient.15v -
Insurance Compacie place It on tame footing 50 Wright
I I'ru-ftl In the I letter from Mr.[ Turner published in tIe Flo-
: to a
nt regard
A Congress
I \ fireproof qualities with Slate, Tin. Zii.e. : Hal'.zell 28. A KK-iate*. Forward 23, Walker 45'1 --- '! ri'.l.an; we perceive tint he has cnsngetl the serti- r 3 r1u burrtisrmrnts,
THE EIGHTH PI-TRKT. return from otSer 'reunions there are cur flitting stattrnent
Copper ard Iron. it must poas-** an excejjence I Yonge 1C8, Hogue 5. Holla i,d 8. -Complete | ret cf three a .'-lsnts, gcntleo.en of experience and
this district give Gov. Brown a nujority 1,172 Die foreign record of Sir J.Ln Franlliu'! expedition I =- -=
which will speedily recommend and Irir.git into FBANKUN. Cliief Ju tiee. DuPonl 105. I 1Iz11 "fIU Gov. I.row ability. i
and Mr. Jones vote
a majority "
i 'ttfl foi11e.l'J the Captains ,.f the Irdu soul I We" hope that the citizens of Ent Florida vrftl Special Notice
general nse. 129. Wright none / '>cilltl'l. Forward 134, Walker has gained 425 Tote iu tlieJViMr'u-t over bit vote I in
other State
their to our ,
in Ib57. The aggregate vote fur Congress-nun i I" Terror, three OXS indebted to the Isle firm of Weber &
Holland 95' McCjuiU I. Annexation this inrtitntioti
62, Yorge 157 0..1.Yt' see rotlnng to prevent P
Ceorgta Elecllon. II larger by SSIot<'!, than it was in 1857. Mr. il.ij1. Nine officer at..] fifteen men were then dead, innheitter are earnestly rcquisttil to mak
SI, No Annexation 150. tnrillrr than that of )lr.St.ph'os I, II from attaining; a highs crade nfschiohsre.hipnnd our ettleinent. By so il..i theeiil! eonftra
Jone i 235 K
vote only n early
: The contest in our sister State has resulted In the and the fcurvitoraveie endeavoring to reach Great people thouM cicourisguit i t.y their ."Iruna!.. I
ALAenrA.-Chiefiustce' DuPont in I CvHftitutionolist. great f.l "r.
election of six Democrats to Congress to two Wright H-h r'ner.The There need exi>t no longti the nec-wty of parents 42-3m
(1'p Walker 32'1 Jones bas beaten the Augu-ta/a jfrV* candidate I' We October 15. 1850.
Baltzell 118. AssociatcsForward44l, j;< pet sending their children out ot the Mate. .
sued at elelflon and --
sition, making the delegation brt clothing, a duplicate
Yonge 97. Holland 75, McCants 19. the famous Uauue Wright. Wondrr what ('lIn have good m-hools at home, and we ought to !
ion were dil'o\"crf'.l FrauV.in 1.11.1. the year previous I At'tvnannille Ii AUCTION l !
4 ( build them >patth.
II, No Annexation 322.Srwexcs.LChief Kauce tiitl be after next t up.
GOT. been elected Governor by a cru-lie the ice and acothtr diivrnashore. 1-
Brown re- - fine ship by -. N SATURDAY, October

i14 large majority and the Legislature i Democratic in Justice, DuPont 78, Wright 03, I Gen. los Lane t'*. Scatter Sos ereIgist.Gcn. I SNOW iv SFPTEUBER.-Tliere was a very severe o 22nd. Before my

tii lot branches. r..ltzel1135. Associates, Forward 135, Walker 103. Lane the Marion of the Mexican uar," Tlie English papers gtuerally very di-i ission- snow storm in the White Mountain district in New P..oom.a

4 Yorgc 53, Hogue 42, Holland) 7, McCII nil 4, MeDonalJ d.ffor: with Mr. Douglas on squatter cover igr.ty. ate on the tuljcct cf the San Jntn niT-ar. I Hampshire last Wtdne-
.. AnneXMio .f Wet Florida to Alabama. 8. Annexation 167. lie sy, slavery nominally txiiti", and meat avayt !- ,le"pt in sonic pi! ices al"out the l ledge, on that the path From 6 months to 3 yrlU I

k From the returns received, it is nid.nt that I TATLOB.-Chief Justice, DuPont 15, Wright CO, txi.t, in the Territories until the come to form A DUEL from the ISIS filen.1111,1'17 The has old there re-ident be-n weather say of neverinice equal I ud.! K. 11 15EKKY, Auctioneer.Oct. .

1 L tbe question of annexation has been Toted down, Bulizell 42. Associates, Forward 23, Walker 169- their own State gtncrr.iiitct" lie thus alludes Kr. Lucia Oct. 4.-TIic pojlniasttratSanlA Clara severity at EO early n petiod in the e*._n. I 15, 1S59. 42AUCTION -

I! as it ought to have been, by an overwhelming ma I Hogue 19, McCar.U :1McDonaldS& Vote on An"tu'Xi'.ion to the Democratic party and the doctrine slavery writes( that n dud was fought 011 the I2tli nit l. --- I !

',: jority. Even in West FI""i.1 it.is rot to cerui.i net returned. in Territ.>rics. Matih 29th 1853 in Congri": .,...:\ the lion. P.:C. Frederick and Trrry Jlr. Corcoran in view cflhe prowls r.r..J. fortunes
I amassed by the pn.prietors of this \...hil1gtol SATURDAY next. C2n,I October, will be
that a majority cf tl-e .:" bme \otedinfuvor ..idnt, f. The Liter wounded in the ON .
r p" I WLTO-C'hiefJUZtiCe, DnPoi.t Wright 2J9. I Ii I liii-..l I ('ell.ting! f..r Pi >r many years, was djngerous-ly U.riiat. iiotel,,** has aliiio-'t cooeluded tu buii a tavern c* I l.& before my Auction Koom:
it Franklin Cuunty ives a m-iotity of 69 in and In. r but n tl!.-ni 't-ruiic otc furl vTJaekao
f gave cry southeist
i I :: o Ballzril 3. /s-ocHtej. Forward 1lt?, WaK"r 235, I IJar-o as the l'lIl'ih.1f"' corner A SPLEXD1D PAIR OF 11ORSKS
..f the moi-nitic I '
fjr ibr .on* i lock the Mitcet l Ji>rt\ I" essential
:t the negative while: wt. 10.1 : xprf up CALIPORXIA MAILS 1 AND FII.UGt';TEI:3. ;square, lo be conducted 0:1: tie European
d Yongc COS. Hogit 20. Ho'.Iard: 5, MtCanU t'. An- :. the honor, the integril\.aid iheexutence "if the Ncu I LaD
1 from fcacta flotia. Walton, Washington, plan, e-o e.ia. c'rn'-I'II.I'lIt *
Pr.; ( opposition I !ration: 79. No Annexation 256. of the Uiiioil c-f thee Mates ; anti it lnutbe stitaiu- NEW OntEiOil.. C.-The C:: .ruts sia'.U werejestmhiy I (
I Calhoun and Ilohaoi. Iu J.c\.o. the Riajoiity in cd, fur it would not be -.ie tu riok the g"\riuny the VaiulviUIt S'oamer It tc-

;j 4-I! favor I Its, but the Patriot remark that the .n- II.'LfEA-Chid Juclice, DuPort 42. Wright 90.Bsltzell the 1.:1oJsfl& sectional -'ttJ. n hid nouM deny 'I trth-ru 1.iI.t.ed.1 Xiearacna, tint virtually i i.;- I Itt-n REM'TTANCE HOMII..f II.'I.C'r'ritl..d- nLthrrativciy home*b- I ....V; to lot J*. mi Y bext. It H PERRY.
that thr .
: actiie opposed $. Associate, Forward 11'5. Walker 93.Youge the! equality of the !.ate4 of ills Union and amount _'V --r T. 18'A 's
4.t neutor.i"t were very "bi1.e iMirii.j! the erntwtt t fill. John-M: IV uf.. _-, *ho the fusthur I
!&mJ resident in Ar.'i-iiea.
wh'ih t'ttlaie thit ro Ttiritory JlInl' aiimitted lityear.
62 Ilollaod 1. Annexation 63, No Annexation
.1 Sl were comparatively indiiTerect.. The editor thinks it Ifllwed i I and fu* .C4td arc in coU: ..i io i villij 1..1 House and Lot lor
I ; as alave Slat. though! tsrv into, woman, and I '" iw ,>f nVi-ting tl.iir fii ri.J.t<, imai:grate, was bale.

1 that in reality a large majority of the people of : 78.LIVT.. I' tli.U in suJi Teiriti.iy Mn-uld be in favor of it.- j I the f.lSSi.U'tfrs. : ;..(14ITr..e h'u i rcxeeJiug j' 'arj tile amount :..*. 26 and :. of tbe S E 4 eo
Jackson the m j J. are Igiuf preferring 11, Tilt Federal tlulhc riti.'* oa yettrrdiy wartLedthe I inilteJ was 49.li3t'I/I/. ec. 1. TI. P. L S.\lJIIDI\Vt"II'! r::f
DuPont 1 1. / Eodlll Forward 64, the democratic 5 the I'ziuii il df. It* in-
l' main a pet t of the Male of Florida. Wright ( pcrlj- j rtcr.iiu-rs Kiltie and Xortlurn Olt. hut f.unjno ----. containing 11 acres .f prirtiml, m..re or :
> *aku: 6 MeDonnd 3 Holland 1. eiples are the true p'rinciple* of the C'1.lIIt..onJ I less umlrr I fence about 1 cleared
51. Jude
the Middle and East the decided YOI'gt HIGH PRICE X.ECROEs.-NXro men have recently ;
: I uprtion i be tra. fi of the mibll..I..rl'! They then 1"ucttJ..lt or
: t cannot be eoniproiin-ed they must nmintbined J .
do Lei SuwaDiiee Circuit Li\'ing.-toll C6, Baker 4. An ; old in this I.iaiket nt two: thou-und dollarsuips.ce with the in.) r.\"fmeut. thereon six : A dwel-i g. (
the We
and unequivocal Iu gathe. not i
'i I for mthing dep 'id4 upon| that |>arlj.Congiecf ) rcurch the bi. L.uiJ.l.it fIle6 ini-fing. It five room, kitchen stable. o.rn -rib. tlttmt A,-
Here tint in thrse two populous Ffct i.o. REX otes nexxtion 3, No Annexation 44. thin cannot interfere with the ttb I and wo>nrn pri>|M>rti 'nateIy high. :
i ( was r.-jxirted tint a lance number of fillibustervei I PI,nUnfn m Lvui-iana. who know the value of 1 1 h
:i 4 Late ben rut in favor of Ihe | ropo iion. I St. Jon.NS.-Chief Justice. DuPont 129. WiigU 24, jeet tlavi-ry: nnd the cannot i>eor-e.1.! living i.n-U-r undor nn oraiiie a: t..r.litf'ri..IIITel'uIIII'l1t i \ .t aboard in the mot'bin?, end clue peili.ipi; pro negroes, were the l.urdIUfo"rt.-.EJ9 Advtrtiter. ,>m TallHliassee. in vi..w..1 the Capitol,:. L.t..j

off. Since the aliove was written Uitional rotes Biltzell 20. Associate, Forward 243 Walker 43 the residence of L. W. DuCo:
itself eetd tul
law framed by Con.jre that wincH C"nzrrt to sea.MOVEMENTS
I Lave been received ,1iitIt we appenk a. follows : Yoi'ge, 41, McDonald K: No Annexation 211.CLAT. cannot do. It d"." mon.icallj tx>t, ami must el- I For term.apply tu H. L. RUTGERS.

k Annexation. No ..Pnnetation.i I ways vzUt, in the Tirntone ui.til they come to II f F The Home Journal says of Beulah' : Oct. 15. MX 42 ,
;t .-Chief Justice DuPont 144 Wright SI, OF TilE FILLIUU3TEKS. --- ----- -- -- ---
foim their bUto: C'verniiienti. and then it i* their lrby and, Jacln havju pul.lit-hfd Beulali"a FiLL & \\\ fLU GOODSPRATORIOUS&
i 1 __ Dnral 6 441 Baltzell none. Associates, Forward 177, Walker right to ngilate- matttr as they pleiire. I up New OtiEASJ. Oct. 5.-Tlie fillibustt-rs did noti I .,,), by Mi<, Evans, of MoUIe. It i i' n remarkable -

Franklin 81 150 I 171. YoJge 12. No annexation 182.L.tutttnC'Dief peal to geiilleinen. then-Xofthern men and bout I,. I leave: from Berwuls Hay: they went down the wort and willl.l.elli! the authoress in the front ---0 -

t A Gad den, 4 C4SU9 Justice, DuPont 7, Wright 64. ', trn men-!o miinlain end pnotectthe rights guar- river i lathe. low ('out Panther. and put tll"a with: rank of American female .til..rA. We riuill give CLARK
I .f-.t. ._wnV.. rntiifiu_ rruos.iiitist.sixa'aie| : _
1 11 f\tmrt -
-- -1'f' tj. !' '' .t:SL'1 ; I
y. z- S 647Alechna I .1! L'.CliJi.! Jiuwiisiieaat t iih7ca.at tin. :Ixiutimect l'oIs'. Coi'<'ctor laf<'hj .
nexiition, No Annexation: 119. .
11 22ColutnUa Claibor&e, ,AJ.,., rays : j still rtf\3"a clearance fur the tU.ir.ier rii2.idrlihin! | ---- I Fall and Winter Sl-j : :.

(I 268Madison4 I.tnITT.-Ct.ief Justice, DuPont 35, Wright S3.Baltzell I The general 'onp1..iul: anung our planters al hut I he teinj'atitfied that clue intends tfl.tn: the fillij r C ommer ciaL ofUoeftrJeua .

J 37. Ats.ciate<. Forward 67, Walker 86. I tir.le, i U short! crop and low price As far as we j luct:era to Xic-arasrua.: -- H tar. In the
616Suwnunce =----
have I.e.',. able! to learn, the cotton ill all -- -- I nlI
Hi. 3 Holland crop 11 Clothing Dfpartmcn:
Yor.ge 42. uo McCants 1. Annex- I
rcaution tlmt:
0 U.Ca1buun. thort about one fot.rlli from what was unti
41 t:8 Alton 4, No Annexation 12. a ni"i.th ego. The planlrM will be etiablrd tini Hatch hat doubtless frii!tMted the eipedition.ARUE 1--- TUL.t AH.aU. O-?. 14. ;::. I we In-st have As th. Largest ant.. L. rJfI
rimen; f .
4 j hoboes. 56 8 PITSAM.-Chief Juftice. DuPoct 152. Wright 4, i i.1. gathering ihtir trops nu-h I earlier lliii fall than I :.-Tlie marift hai been quite t>rwt during the I feie in the City ever"II-i.t. ..,. c.-

1 Watou, :9 : 6Waku11a BaltzrJ! SO. As oci.tc Forward 212 Waller 1 to, I received usual. Lnrge rjniiititi.c of cotton tre nlmoA! daily I >7 OF TIlE FIUnU TEr?. I seek Sales for the week !I ) bele The market tudeyrather irg in pint o" hlaek all.1 I o..ll..rt'.I'Cltolll-= Frck a II
at the arehouno. dulL We '
quote prices at 10
r 8. IS1SL Yor.ge 19, Holland McDouaU 11. Annexation -.. I New OnictNs. Oil. '.-The FiJliLu.t'fi haveWennneiled I IIEIK A. COLE3 if 0 (#'u.ttonErokcrs.cents. Sa.UCout*, Faiirv C*,simeruu RhucknJ |-, neJ
j No Annexation 10S.WAKrLuCLiel. '* 7.// Ca s mere arI Tw;i-,1 PanN l.ick| and f6lro i Ml .
the *
l Johns, 0 211 ltllWoI"lpl iiectlon. at utlmst Pass, Ly the, Ufcited -- - ,
v elect and Cloth "nIl'. Black: I B HeaVrr
1 1'utllln. : 108 ] Justice DuPont 95, Wright In election took place in MiM!tippi on the 8dict I States Marshal who \\:11 assisted bv the ci>uir 1I1Y Nr\v Orleans JIarket. lot Ulolk Fancv Ca.. MonteIIi au> u and ll-rphy', IV

I for Goverr.or L 'gi latr.re and member of Artillery from Rn ton flue, NEW OtLEAts, Oct. 5. Over Coat. ..
LiwrtI' 4 102 64 Baltzell 65. Associates Forward S3, Walker ofConrt'os. Rocge filil! >u tersptaceably I A. Id 1 a 'lramt nf

t LaIa.rdle. 1 119 I 155. Yongc 9. Uogua 104 Holland) 9, McCantiC.McDonald I which huts resulted: in the entire euccejsof cnrrccdircd at one oVIotk. FLOUR., but-i.rlees We hanoticed I.HVO Uen only"well a modtrrnte maii.tained.) very
Clay D 1S2J I 18. Annexation. 3. No Annexation ti'" DvMiiotracy. 1 I I lilt Mies of teng' Children* Sui'.. Rrno Jackets Black Br's ; and

IMamUIt UH'I -- --- i NEW ORLEANS MARKET.Nrw confined Jlll"\lt. bbl Fancy Ca-siuiere S.lek ami }',eck Coat
17 G8 I ESCAMBIA.-Chief Justice, DaPont 1' 2,2oC' mostly at $5 13 @ f.23 .-> Pants
lilt Savannah
Wright CJrre''J'O'Hde'
6antaRuu. 2C6 : Of KtpvVican. OrtEO 7, If09." 61
4 I Ballzell 29. Aseociatce. Forward 40. Walker 89Yong I Tbe Florida Cotton Crop.: luU'1efore the and! si V? I'Mf'r Extra to Choice! extra (brnn.|<.- B.?av>r and Vatinet Over-Coat.

: Washugtun. 113 112 I 237. llogue 1. Holland 130. Annexation I WALTK, 11 F., Oct. 3. 1 SS?. crmal of the mesmf rV cicounf. I Ye-terday the market hem and some 15( 0 bt.t.. were I FURNISHING GOQDS

: !'' 107, =Annexation CS. jOf j MR Horror.: Yon appear to !be somewhat in the After the "U' mer the nUII'llt clondat) lnj to llc- I soM ut nl>out ?3 2<) @ $3 23 for superfine and f 6 24 : White and

$ 5.779 dark &I B in the EIH Fl,>ri.li hour cotton Those j for Middling al'a cf the w( >; '27.fKV and receipts (!* S& 75 f} bbl. for extra. Arrirnl dining tht' pant Fancy \ent'ilIt'san.J Linen Bosomfihirti,
( All the counties in the tie counties reported, Al 1t1.u:1. Clay, Colnm- three Byron and G.rr..t Collars, Silk, Merino aud ftlia-
West, rU: rl 1. might give jou liht on this sul' ject scent to j CO.OtVj K-i.os, rsj.iin-t -I!.OCO Mine Week last days 3:1081,101:1. Clfnred for Florida 14,.
Santa Franklin \ I:1IC8tuLi.J'j Ua, Duial, E-Kamb, CnJfden. Jjitan, Jefferson j ( the little PORK.-Incur last noticed ker.Iliurel Umlr.htrt: and Drawer. M- .
RAM '; CaHwun keep very quiet j j-ij-fin r'n I see in thef'lp..ra. | ).t1lr. Stock on bund J63.0CO. report we an im- Brown
a-tl White
Lnfjyette Leon Liberty MaJi-on Putnam If tTie jilanttr"! : ptoxed demand with a firw market Itlr non Cotton Half
t 4'n, Jaclaon stud n"tm"re rcperltiL In theseAgainst Santa I ru.r..ctsHr; unusually I'orf.rict's Ilose. White and Colored I -
: I Rosa St Johns Suwannee, TII fUtUiInj: ihosish <],lnstvfly: ">, us tI'Y'r for a ranging nt about 14 @ $U Si) hue Mess Cambric
the h- ) i iWnllon and Silt
I T I and Wakuila time last year. jo: xionl.l "f certain to boar from LATER FROM MEXICO. and J13 Q1325 fJ l bl.1. for good to (61rorile hrltnJs nantikeiihirfc. tusjendtfti -

Aueet1 !, 1'U7 are effiricl. I then P.ut r.ow th'y nre 'lov.nin the mcnth, XM. OPMUNS, OCT. 8.-The oiooiier Stir arrivedhci of Jless, small ordtn for Mew being: sui [i.Iied by und Sh..iulderBraces .

.1 I,&lr" I.1n I For eoBen:<'nee, w'e tmbody the returns receit ed and hare l ecf n.arIJ'flU the 'clr. end not without -e lo-d.iy with Vtra Cruz data to the 2Gth and dealer generally at JI5 50 l J bbl Buck. Calf. .

I in the following table: I good) roasor.s; so they lip talent. The .ea on B.\C .-Tli* market for Bacon has been very Thread bilk,
-I City Mexico to the 23d ult. firm with fur } White. Colored anrt Black Kid Gloves Fancy and
netrly; Ibrongi'out.: I think: ha: l.tc'lI d.-cideuly the a deman-i and limited :ipj>Hes. Th*
ilajoril against. lil) Cmtr,-Jrerire--- AMOCIATC Ji STICE I most unfn\oral.le fircrohs. that I have krown in- A eon
I I Thus lias the Wtt itmf the Titr j,riion proposed I I FWnl.i. and woiilcl h-ixc rut the crop nhort5th I Mexico *ho-. o1jt' was the overthrow Mira at 8i-., itt( to 50' nks Ribbed Sides i Ass Extensive Assortment ofCl

to be set oil to Al:1\IIlIna-l.y a lI111j .rilr v[ I j I I I I out tl.e catrrpillir ; and now thuiltMructiv* worm man, and in fat'or of the I.ihertI".1.r the leading I at JOie., antI 200 lA' 3iiO tierces Extra to fit!..). Sugar "tl.f. Caraimer and V,sting. Fa"e'! Coatinfg,
I j j j.I I I i* cling! Lie work of desolation, vilnre he ha. notalr" Cnrc-l Hums at 12i @ UJ and 13c. tl l & wl.ich: they are prepared to Munuf.icriire t., Oriler at
their d
people, 'l'iJ.1 I 3Inllt the When : a c'Ticers
; measure. Connn. ,= c .: aL I I "<1y eonipitte] it. It r.iidit br s-ippo-e-l that others The conspiracy wa di i-'onrej the NAY.L5TOr.Ther" :baa Wen moderate the shortest nwtice and in the most IVhionnbU man

<; to this elpreesion i* .UlcJ the over w In-lining vote C 0 -1' I' :: r n g c I t.1 C nt this bite day. the caiirrMlar! tv I uld not d. much clay before it was to I Late: been put in execution. i demand SpiriUTurpentine, with .ale cf 150 to ner. Term Reasonable. All lit want or GOOD

ia the balance of the there be I 0 I C I I d.imafe but the I h 2i-0( bl.l*. at 41 42e. V CLOTHING won'd do
State wn no lai*. J In_ n. 1--- j crop very life fo tl.at all the Twenty five officer h.iuteen ar.-iftetl tnt it is @ { gallon according t J the well to give u* a caL
: taking the utUr of our .A1.clou& 25 115 .. I fruit that would h.i\'' matured for a moi.th or that condition of the package We quote P.05in at $1 October 15, 1859. 42
repugnance |l.e"J.le IIgailiit I : 'l. ua. 212j IT. li.-.: surpo- they will not 1e pusiahed. I'
Itreard. !:.... .. '...J.' ..1; .. .J I.." '...1..i31.. ). ... I nirc f.r the IIJ'f"'lnnee.Ith.. normiill be cut 50: @ $1; 75 for Common and No. 2. and $2 50 @ t3 I II -- --
1 dunicmUringihe C&Jmm'nn-allh. So njote it be. I {'albuuo.! M4./ 1 .0'' 13: 4dl JIISI 5 .1. off. It U inv oehbemle opinion, from all that I At Vera Cruz they were making active preparation and $3 Its : bbl for good to fine Xc,. I. / I ILQO0.: ZKTDEJ W-1aaO--
avt Clay. JUt,. IbT1 171 12.../ ..I'. .. have for COFFEE -The sales
I | seen and lecrm-d that the crop cannot exceed a siege upon Jalapa, Cordora COil the Clip I of the past three o1.J1I"'e
; t CoImb'a M 601 bS lIt 26 52j 1111. .. u, '
The Mariaut.a Patriot ofthe 8th inkt,copies the I Dade. '... ..,' \ .'. .. ... i half an a\t-ragl' 'Ni'. SliouM' the weather continue ito!! embraced some 10.000 bag, at a range of 11 @ 12J FALL & WINTER STOCK
La'ah ES :; : ens l64! ::::: i f-ivoml for the of fur ': : including, 1K(
I: letter of Gov. Eroome to une of the ediioit of the .. ) 'il'.i' picking n-inllty cotton will be : Coroaadas expedition to T. took six hundred I' jesterday bag at 11} -0-
: pc
.mlJla p ni si. .J;! j
14 fine. The Iljr.. 1817 at
I 4411 corn crop will hardly reach half an @ 1I12'JIJ at l2e. @ C>. We still
/Vorifiaji and tt'llultlWe would call the per Gadsdru FrankLin. I t.3 Jor.I.SOllj 12 129: : ISS J5T.J-I. 14tl 9i I .I.U.. average crop in places.The of the.Church party after a hard fight. Gen. Mo- I quote Fair to Good Fair at 11} @ 12c., and Prime Joseph Weber,

ticular attention of the cstizn of West Florida to .I II am,Uon. ,.. I .. ...t .6//...1.... ...I.. .. hca'.th of the county is good for the sea on. I rena and several other officers were "'ollnded.I i at 12Jc. ft Ib.BUJTER MERCHANTTAILOR ?
:il Ex- Governor Broom letter nl.uive : hlernando :...i J.. 'j. .j... .. .. ...:...' .. ... The AND CHEESE-Western Butter Its,
to the British Consul Ottw will leave Vera
purch ; 1I11 .'.. ..'.. ... .. I ay I Wen in Lao DEALEE It
selling limited
I J ?c vf Iron fur the Gc'rb.a aol P.iuacok Rail b"rU"I''I' "J .j.. It 021..1 J:..1.. .. on the third. a way at 12 @ ISc.. and .
4-IS Silt Ito: ?51 tS HORSES COVING Sovrn.; -A Xew York letter of Cheese at 81 @ 91 and 10 | It according to quality. Ecady-Made Clothing _
1 roe.!L This S fcJiow that our State i* in pood credit: Jf'"< 1866 2' 1'01 311 1! .! 18 the 23d nIt I The Hiitieh ship Calypso bas been detected in Arrived during the past three day 294 kegs and C /
11 : CKXTLDIEN'SFurnitbong _
I rays AfD
aud If u'e defcire build tint end La.aeUe ST J:2 81 i- 'M from email I firkin Butter, 994 taxes Cheese
we can of the JU ad. Leon, 2" 1114h.. 1411 4a4' JO'' 8h/: / There is just. now a lively movemert of horace to smuggling $3,000,000 a port on the Pa Goods G'c

Why not do to ? I>o Yte expect other to do for us I l.ibvry Ley, 1..1..L..l-----------.f---------I---------1 -/ / the Som h. A lar/ number l left on the last trips of cific.Consul BAGGING Axt BALE ROPE.-VTe ann quoleK"lltudy ,
at 12 14 and .
1 Bagging 14 for handloom
I wlat we .'iIlnot. tbj for out.d rea 1 There will be M.d,... the Columbia and Na"hville. and a great many will I Conner from Mozalltn i h aboard the Star the @ } Tallahassee Fla., < _

r A connection from fi..iiibiid i Masiatee. I... .....'.. .I.. .. ... ....... !... i p<' out in the I-.nlMl They ore generally fine he has secured advantageous concessions to l yard best power for loom,and India dull at $121 IS now receiving at the old stand of Wit d
e toQuiucrlhi
hovld to retail Bare
our @ 12ie. In
3lartun..r.. .. : .. ...,. .. l,]nnd.I animal. here in the New parcel Rope, I Dannh imerr next dour to R. H. Berrj''Auetiou : -
suit the Iobiue. .1. .. .. ... .. ...'... In-tight England w' notice small sale
(p 'ieI vfall We 1\ill then have Geor- I, : : .' .... .. t... Market at h'jrh; figures and are destined to I lUmerce. e only at 6J <@ 7e fur handspun[ 1 Room, a large and elected assortment of
; ; ; .I.. I grace and 7J 08 8 and 8Je. p tt for machine made
connection and nut. be compelled to go to f r..1U- I \.u't'l'r.I..j..I..I..I., ...;... the tables of wealthy "planter WIlI Full and Winter Goods,
... .. STILL LATER ARRIVAL OE THE KEY.-ThelArket h been very
dma "
DKCSS we desire] so to do. Putnam. I 15.I'"4:"..;'Sit, 41';'"i;! :::1.- ::::: ii ---- -- and we have noticed only few limited inlletivt'l coxsiSTixa 1:1 FAIT or

.f Santa Rosa, 2:1. Sfl Itti, 2511 I.'I 10 22' ..j"- A singular reason is nne<1 against building apiece ILDIA11Fasmait: : at 28 Q 2Jc. j tf gallon for extra brands of Rectified Cloth, Cassiinere; Veatini Fancy Coatingm,
A 51.Jolma 129' 2.t ISI 243 4.1i 41)_.. .- t of Railroad in the Xorthern Miohijf ; it te. which be i* p'ermred to snake to
California! showing advance op
letter in tie New York Ttmrt an on our previous quotation .
ItLat.at. t... .I. I
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bunpter..I. / H that the fli..1 and mosquitoes will render it almOAtiml'raC1.ic order, in a workman lil.c manner and
tIle late election in Sun Francisco I 1 'bI\ 4l! -Ii II '' POINT, Oct. 10.-The Indian
Wndiiug- : Tavor. ; 15 ut J07I... 1.le in fumnnr. Steamship on the mot reasorable term.
4:1 .
ton Al't ttt. it-i-! < f -;r4j, w-s me iJ Vema: .fli. ... ....; ; J'.I: : bel I w: boarded off h-re to day. She brings Livei''.ol EEADY-JIADE
'eO..4. j..9i.i: 8 311.: ::2iil'l "':::: ; dates lo the 1'C'Ji! ult bip l1rm CLOTHING,
_ County Clerk ou ;'." ; .1C'oL' (I. i 2 Two <. lii<>n, of MiMiuri on I tour throng! ', !. I
e.e. W..b'a\1t 1'11, W 6' J2.'I_.' 1:51.l ..... I Black and ColoreJ ClotH Frock .nA thick Costa.
Iowa. I It -c'ir.h: I.f been COMMERCIAL NEWS.
_ The mute ct-rreO;Jei:t *./!_ : V&knj.ge, I ': C 55' 1.5, PI1 : PI 2 IiI n r runaway I'lav..III\'o arrrftM I Fancy CatimeriSmts.. Black and Fancy C. simere
I. 1 r Fairfield and under gfi.OOJ bonds f.'r '
j Jarkct.-The tilts
I I Lieerpool ft1& of Cotton .
I I and Tweed Pant Bl ek and
The F.ncy Sulk\"ehg.nd
of JA.Etn ,
body ;It .- a c.-? :laj.a t'I! I trial at idnapperi.i I
izen of Marj .. ille: \\.u Lad l>eii ntting; fi-r CKna I 1\'C'.u'll'Vt..1Y: I fur the three r.ar.t1II'int''ol days foot up 2 1.000 lle. Cloth Vests ; Black Chrfh and Heaver Ovr-:.>-.ta,
The market opened dull, and closed easier, but unch.ngcd. together wills' full a.rtinent ofBoys.
day, has been/onrd drow red in FtrJ.er rJ..,. ,i Js.ll.e-Dd''n.., 2,965 The State* MV there are fifty gambling hell I a
OcL 8. Bark If. L. Rutgers from Mobile, with Salt.
This i* doubtless the same Jim Sherwood" who j Wright 2.5:5 I.et* ..in the Capitulol'} the PrJsideai'* house on 10. ling A. ,llnpkir*. ilBmiy., tram MobJe. with nit .aud- Youth' Clothing
_ formerly resided In Ta'klas-oe! Aflatt accojtiuLe I .itz\-U. tie Avenue. GENERAL NEWS. *, li. Br : J.O.loJerson, King,from hew York with. made up HI tltt*et approved t/U vl fiuhioo,_..Dd'of -
2,166Atsjctss1Aprwe .*orte4 m'dze. the very best material
_ wa liring at Mtrysville. j I -- I It it rumored that the treaty of 'peace vlll be IX PORT.
rJ, 4.13j The venation, if th $tAle of Wisconsin for tIle signed at Zurich in a few dav FURNISHING GOODS, ,
Bark It
'W..I'Hr' year I IrSfl. U a* followKeile&uie, $13S,9i9Su7 ; 1 L. Entf) ni; Delano, loading.. White and Uaneillet and linen Bocom
Ftuanee of Alabama. j -I.i. We hareTeeeired China date* to Angcbt 10th.- Brig Motley M IIli m. Fancy
Yonge, t personal: lrl'l'l ttj. 13.607.592. X euuiu.rc..ot. Tile American: Minister's where I F r.g: A. Hopkins Mnmy.M, Shirt. Byron and 6 rrot Collar. SHc 'Merino sn-1

The Montgomery Advertiser of Oth Ir.rt. My :- !! 2,353 I -.- .- I about It,unknown.TIi Brig E. Ktmmsvm, Smith.M Shaker Flaooel Underahina jirvl Drawer. Merino,

' From an examination of the report of the State I I 1I'gue, ltU f A witty. exchange srrve np the following: queer !. rrpairs ou the Great Eastern were actively freight Brl j J O. A5ut5r5u.fl t'. Tack,,King jj :ot.cnlo JIo! Bows and Whit. Ctttoa half Ho... Wkite and'Colored

.t Treasurer, *.hich I* now in the hands of the Statepricteri '! holland 685MeCants i hash : Unbustled Indies pure and undcfiled Christina < ;.\ I Cambiie.fod Silk lIdk'&, 8np*. fcrs.'Bock.Casn'narr .

find I 457IJeDonahi !, teJ friends common httoenty, sound : Tbe trlegrtplilc cable from Sicily to Malta bas 'i -- *. Thread.'S ..Wbiu. Colnrrd and Black

. we tie entire receipts fvr the fiscal 66' I |lo tator, fir-t rate butter, up watered milk, and rich I .been u'nreeesfulhy laid. S pccia1Common i 1 Uoitrrs. Kid Glove ; Fancy and Black Silk Tie. Stpks, ..

year of 1358-'C9. aa $l,327.SS5 0, ft! 1 the oi- i i11le prioter*'-ar<; kIIrc" !rCsAwroKD I The'London limes contain another leader in regard j jI Confluent of his ability tit give e* iw'.tr.fii.l on.

burr2'c. tOj5iiS VO,. fchotungn l.lnnc in the I remaining counties will largely! increase the i ini.jority to the San Jurn affair; it laments that the form he respectfully solicits a call tmm UIOM fat w.nt if

Treasury ou the lot ill -t. of $ 31.t19 (>a" for Judge DaPoiits.there l. inj; hut one 1'r.znlmUTLY ELrrrtn.-The Democratic I I .T difficulty about the Oregon bonnddry .1 l ould ibo mtaoamnt*en and.e rule misaadirnp the mu pbihwnpher of the neople.* wb terrr anytkingLba.hirae. JOdEPH WEBEft.Ocu.Urlt.lS39. .

-- i cojaty (Hamilton) in which Wright !I..* probably j pet" in the 2d C.\n re tional District i i. tri hare left any pretext for the qneStion winch has tbe enncrary. Bbnw thenia good thing:tee tu menu mar urt brlenrij 4t_i

Sctioc I USES* or THE 11.". Jonx Lrrcuu. -The i received a mnjority over hip. Judge D. N' .lnubL- nmphaniiy elected All the counties but one arc sine arisen and My it i* a case which requires the demonitratrd. and they will not. ketlute to rlv*U .
heard front, and he in f'tPr' fourteen hundred vote : earliest piw-ijJe settlement. their mrnteordiahpatrseage. The masses have already rat- Notice.
I Richmond Enquirer Liaise that Mr. Ictober: the Ie. 'iocn elected by from 7 to lltWt n>.j..iity 15us i thelodirraeiu of* yticUa.eooeerala iSa vtrtao of Special
over ahead! 'fhi"f'Clunt (Miller) will increase it to necr I,, It wan mnioreti that ten thousand men had proceeded HOSTETTKli'S BtTTESW.M nay bM> iiaBUielmineaequ AM .xkm* t.. close the ff.i of HMgku
; Governor elect vf Mrginia. islring at home in a \orj I Wright who will i}] most likely be his highest com I' tiitrtx hvndrti 1" Doe thb lo.->k like victory was from Cltiiia to India. Ut e*at tb:. rood. fe. that are *aa*an> o4 ta every I *..very Scott t Puol. Piteous up indebted s vs .them-

I dan erolll epfl&don from an attack oft'ry i'eLi-, petitor. Of the election of Messrs, Forward and in reach of the Opposition pra'p? Why tonr.t as J l The Aaieriean ship Cliarlf Buck her cargo, j to seettnn all other of the remedies lal". It*et 1*devised now recognized Air Jiiisini a*greatly.4 Ute 4tr toperlor*tiv* will pleaa rail on ._ at an eirlj day and wake

a disease to which fur wine time lck, he luis leenrbject. j Walker there CAU lit of course no -.IlLt. so that the with [-titling lowu CrawfurJ' majority. at fifteen nearly Completed wan br.rnt at Bombay. organ, such 4iarrb M.drent ry.4pp..reI. and for its payment I will b eoropen J to sue. JfvCfiit
I hundred .. corrwpondenee that a definitive I variom (rvr* that antis from deruigwneDl*t Qu I.
but'.vl Va cow i' more fo-in'JiibJ-ti% I uy treaty I Mrttea our tk* Bleri formerly oxvpud 1 1 D. E EJfiL,
vexSll.r( e (".r.rL will Lctrp.rt-4 of 11..11..(. I nt the .
trtitm. HMMstrs ra.tIIe rapidly beenralnt
t. TM victory! I r. won ajtd lion }..J. Crattforil iso'.yefitCcFv6teTr,4. o(rsae -"ill he signed? by the three power*-France.An'trta. a 3y / P"UKDY. D. H. POOUiOt
: I *e*
hold tram Main from
tE1 11. world bTa. tb*>stores t4 ibe At-
'. J :.. : 2iCfJbi.tCe.. n(1I'- t, "I.r'UM w I I : Vd S.irairte-an. (J Jbat tb. NI1tr. uipla- I btlf to I. h tt. 1'r ste amrlf and M satt1c.L 8. 1667. 4Wf .
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Sale of Q&ridsIK j I TALLAHASSEE Atlanta Efedical CoUege. D.- 'C' WIL'S'O.N :: 80M


.1'IIE cncmigrcd. tnirg Eiceatott rf the Jut 1 AND, PREPARATORY CWKSF1 .. : : ASK NOW rrccmxo A LACCK .IOt.1t or -

J.. TTill fiT,I t. 1dfl 1 Ur.crob..drcccntl, ,ill offir a'lditioo to the regular Course of j ettirM. i
j fSg ji y.'A-1' **'.<*''. ?- .\ IN
ft* lIle ft r- b'ie al'eic n. tit Madison Court HARNESSESThBLISH1EftT. Wch pena fill tla' first Monday In Mil,. II Tre- GO'ODS ii :
t I
H",-e. M:"1d> r..i.', .ti Ih f.r t Voorlny$ iunmtxrrtr' D- I puratorjr couto i-f io..tn..ti"l1\ tins beets M'nt ItJicd. FALL AN'pVINTER
rll tU.jp nto lands! situate: lint j jI I The Second .c'.ioo of tl.e >'rfp"rat<>rT Course will! 1 1I '
I Iyitg: in. uld' cc: i':. .uii :*tiig tf the f.d..winr I Ir I i -0--- I open on Ihe fret Mnn
:: '". ": : I I tinue until Hii-: lat of tie! following FrUuarj.Lectures .

1'Ur. LAKE PLACE.7ht I rI"J liavin} SUBSCRIBER purchrsedtlio -- I VfUll given daily! by tie rcgnla'r! Trofes8or -.. LADJES pRESS GOODS, C .,
;; 't .
I > of the Institution wilt unlinati'IOlIlDd L>L>-
p.c.e! lyh'p! immediately l on Luke Sirpah, j I interest <>f tl elate -
& G i ectii>ni conducted all 11 tIc! regular Summer C. irsf. or every p1I! iii 'i1ri. : .
tlie tl'f'l'lInd
0. Preparatory \\Yilf Court nil' rot }
or rr .
r'.J il.ium'cl. Ij.!! !.. uihj iiipns". one ol tIibtt i lie Carria r. Sidll '
|Jtr.ls (fIe lIicV.stnii!: : lUniiwcU' Jis one laud Harnesi TIulIIt'ti.. ;--- '- r.j girded M a pre reqrUi'f to grjdualioo, r.or wtl! Ii berce.'guized Back! and Colored E fe, trcry Eiylc ; .
as a regu'ar dmifeof Led ore.*.
,.f the most lA'l'itll: : located p'unUtiooe ij tIt *o Jong kept by LiJl.nould '
Tlic fue for the course ii ddlurt. ,-L ,.ti
rn:1ino.f thr e"II.I": It lias every net'*ry buiM r"f|.ctfuily in ffly VELVETS CASHMERES DELAINES .
amount willbe
I J deducted rotn the fees .lenlan led cf ;
atri fill of wlucu are ii ro >d ci frnithdiLuf -
'II' in'prfcTfiiw.irt. ( > n 1t'
(Lose who take the : Summer
d.ti"o. It i it.t' < '" HH'CI TM.IU the Court House: :."VVTE10B.N"S LEON auJ adjmingCountie -- : CoursaCltitical may Regular Amencan, Eugl'sli! Rod Krcnc'i (ii.hiamc ; I'orsnct. B,!t act! Trimming R&txtni ; :. .
",.t I teven f.01. 11..1'nAIld! Atlantic lUilroad.wLfc.li *. that lie \11 ill i.nl"nue the Vu-:incs in all! its
IMPROVED DOU15LE LEVER SCREW injtruction will b* given as ia the Regular If 0 to c. Pri- I l-'rcncU Power*. RoccLr; .
u bem; rftf-iJlv, : r .w1ktd. and will! Le i Cn I lit PoI"'L... Jot the Old Stand, sheet t-ay be fund at C>iir**. ; . .
: .i.lin twelve moulLt Honnc's Sliake-s aiul n!(GmNS ; Dress Tiirnminsjs
ALbOTI1C SUBSCRIBER NOW OFFERS to the p>1>- : Du gics, Road W'agont, Saddlfs, J. O. WEST OI'ELAXD. Dean. f ii DIE;' 'D MISSES' FVfiS; .*

I.IVXCSTO.PLACE, So. I. : -I. 1.4; Hawthorn's Improved IV,tiLe! Lever Screw I llsrxcsx, firidies. 11'1.if I. Trunks Ort 1. 1850.: 40-21 1
This plaic lI.jab < S f I4W( acres of Oak. Hickory. I ""--- --- Vrivrt, 7Ior Aiiliquc mId Cloth ItImitiJta. Shaul ICuglaus Capes,

Hamncock and tut jui iu hue land. Thrieate paclinsr ONE Cotton OR TWO Park.rf'r 15ALES, at a time, by and Ultvhin? Kdling STATE OF FLOEIDA"PBOCLAMATION and other stales in the LaiKes: Dress fiooih DopartTicnt.too numerous to mention. '

800 acre <>f it d lu ed. Tins |,!l.icf i it FIX rmUs U'tstof f'it".r; hind. or l>oi '.* "\* ; iml I rlr ease, rp ed and I Of every va:.,.\. And! in jet every article usually! I \
Madifton C.>tstt II\" end he* immediately! on the I Mfety in packing it ftanda ,'jdjlut a pnallel. I kept in tu'-li an co..htLti"I.lTIt..t] ; and ha )hopes by at S'taI. 1. Dry "OO 9' :
Tftllauas 1 Atlantic Hailro' .l It las tp-m it a I Imve ditf of tli.ee cn-w on firm, with wlacli I i (tenthHi toilc iulre I. of l.i4 t'u.JtorocrII.lo merit a : i 4.

Crt late nrw fi..iiifc-. Ih..lii..g! l luse, framed negrobouses j liave, *ucc wfully packed both tny c.lle arxl two halea ota I continuance of the patronrgi' to liberally stowed : Blanket'! Kerseys, Osnaburgs ; 3.4, 7-8,4 4 Brown Domes'ic, Blue Denims. IlicLoryjSjriprrM.irlliornugh : :- f I
an J nil t "tl I. r n< "E.iaIJ outbuilditgi. aud is inllaf h's tiire. -ceisi.r. Bleached and
and c.-.n "My ray. it i< tl.* beat tl:iop for I upon pre : Stripe ant! Plaids Flannels Shirting;

ppiiir, an J coIuJi'i"L I packing\ C tt.n. Hay or T'.loeco. Unit lisa ever bn I Thee Mibfci iVr would also inform l.is ft tend* and Crown Sheetings Sltillt"p. Tweed, Casiimeres, Kv. Jeans, '

-ALSO- t nirenteti. and it. .cperntmni! need onlv. l>e been to be the public that he stiil continues the Agency cf the BY )t. S. PERRY, CO\F.R\R OF FLOniDA.WHEREAS Apron Checks, Dome-lie Ginghams, Prints, ,

THC MVIMiVrOX PLACK. IVo. 2. ; (Uliered.B... .ole of the lt ., I veil known and justly celebrated information has l been furnished the White Goods, &c., &'., &c. 5 I 1
;. !.. II* .ii'; '.> U"I'g.ton fljo S t. I mjr owner patent n< r the .
)place j 1 g Wketlcr IVilton'g Machines.TullaLafitee Depjrtnrcnt that ilham Adam
4' Sewing
Stall I I
am prepared to ( of rig) fui territo-
1. c.LtaiI *"0 i.rir i.f l).mni"tk and Pjne land.I I ; inpofe < charged with the murder of Charles P. terry if
I Ii.. S('o flCU'1 tf "I l'c'tr* re.irvl.! and first tle Ion* I am also f'n! IIlf'(1 in liatin the S'r"\\"s built iotli. _. in the County of Columbia is a fugitive' from justice. ;
cotton bind O:i fl.i- p'.ce i. a d l tliiiiT IltIu*e. tiepo ; Now. therefore in order that the said WilillmY.. .
., aii'l adj'ii.iing counties. Persons wh.hing them :I Fall and Winter Goods. The Latest of HITS AXD CAPS for Fall nnd Winter of 1859
b !*. an i !!!*! i>"C t aiy ot.tt.u'1ding- Jus Adams may be brought to trial I. MADISON S. Styles ;
liju't Ihi Mfiouin, "ni I I leave their orders at. and f rfarther
immediately (a the Rau:va'I. i in Store the and Most I PERRY. Governor of tie State of Florida do hereI Hardware Iron and Kails ; I
partirulnrs a'l'Jicsk the Mi'.scnl at ISootoo, Now Largest Desirable I Yankee Notions and Crockery ; ] ;
ALSOTHE I by offer tie reward of Two Hundred dollars for the i
Thomas (>untv, Georgia.Oct. : of Flln and Winter Goods we ve ever hail,
and,we invite all who dcs.rous of nppifhonsunmii'l delivery of tlefcaiJ Adams to the Plain and Fancy Groceries .
:MILL, TRACT, i 1, 'Z9. 40-Cra JAMI C. IlftWKLI. are purchasing, to ; _
call oud blieniT of Columbia c<>unty. '
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nsiiUaj/of; 160 acres or finely 1 timbered 1 pneUnJ -- I Mix-SniJ ADAMS i ii about live feet aeren inches A Large and Complete Stock of Ladies, Gents, Misses, Boys and Children' .

MI wLicli i i. a hew Se
lpwrati"n cod gonl: JrJ r. Forts-liorse. '."'er I rpHIRTY thru ftcr.late. will applr'to: tIe lIon. I cr t1."abo.ut. we ,ill sell as low as other house weigh about one hun.ln'.llIndllCyer.ty pouinlj. fl- ri.l ID@ ( rnIDrn g'
circular *aw. ar 6t mill an l c-utu i gm TU; : 1 any daik hiir .hen thort. but
engine J. Wajles B ker Ju.fe .f the Middle! : Circuit. ia the city, and ail who Cash oompt xi'l1. auburn gets ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF PLANTATIORUSSETTS.. t
trait it turrouixl'd by f1)L.I5 tinibrr l puke 1..n.I., i it I fir m order to eel! the real estate be'oti'jing' In tbe pay redich alien allowed to glow arid cmls over Ms ht-ad .. ,

near the lUilrovi and adj-jiu b-jtli uf tLe Ijr,4ig; .tuaplacet ; -tate of JAmes T, lil'.c..m lite of Leo.n e>ontr, I Shall have a D( Iuclien of 10 per ftnt.I almost to a Linl. lie 'as crao! shaved when List The pcb'ic would do well to examine; our ftock cf floods, TrLicL we will tell upon as {rood term as anjnure t

List Uescr.lM-tL j t'!(...-. ..1. i-..:> :.:;. i.. WIGnJ'S. Any o.ie baying! largely can: hare tin opportunity of 1i vfo. aoil i U .1 U- ALSO- J <'tl.r t 1. Pit '49-41 Ad-nV. 10 for ciehi The ..fa-;*. lie ha a downcast and YICIOOB leak, ...i __ -
'I'urH.t' Ttt a\ ; ._ __.___ h ___. ._ _._ I 1'0It portent oncost dark hAte ("''..
SoC: ombr..cj'R eiy candy ui ally k 'pt in our
Contsmitt a1'wt 2 4"' :'.:.... f Tii v i-ite Jlr.tk.. Notice. I ritv. Mid i i.: Miinnccei-sTry to pnrtictil.n! C.illru.il In testimony 'J(111'rf.rI Lire hereunto 61101 BEA ttiJ ODS .
hand and mused tn I,, sOlicit the (Jreatus
fc\l\ vKllaiiJ! *.*.. :lt.i: ol Cjunv &j Smitb. : '* ,'. !i look nt.d i: the GcoJs .U'I.t ? : :
f J..rt' I'.H: if'jur.l I'
.. SIX Bi" a : cr I mi \IljTre- [ .] $ealoftlic !State of p..rid. Done at tIe: a .
? .ott.ra
I:. II.- LuciuCiicicL 1 Its fi..1 lu-e-.U'its ant| ,tou'l.et tulLe Juii_'! i Prices SLal! be Made to Please I II Capital ii Tath..teee! ll.ii 22d day cfS IX .
: L- lOt Pr..t.-rt Ix.ii -ur.tj. !m atln.in'Mrator! fin II.! .t, A. I). 3StI.t. .
.f Jaf..t!. Strcnnn Ittll .3i.1 I Ic I Many of(mr cuftimx-r hive not Vet paid up for .
''J' "HUUH M; 71\C'I'. eta t '(' of ) l'CflIVGover.or.Afli.! -
liet JoJ pr"\i..u.UI.; ,in ALLAI-IASSEE.
niJ aV tn I I. cti..ltArl.ct.h..rtfr"m.wrLLIA .
CA'flPi4f :.It. r.N.1I I\r [',1It' ..: 11.na. wily tOCt t our ttigage .irnts without !h-a\j lOb".tllIl(650 Py the GoveruerAttct :
: ...! 'H, SI1'1\"atIIt'P Un.rurarLtviim 1 L. STIIOMAN: AIrn'r.Ot.lwrl. F L. YII.LFPU.LK,
Uml. lit* in.tnr.iia j w Ca.I ct.lltft ; arid we Lop. "con to see
.iu'. lrrdie m-nlreJ: -U's tf tlu twc 18'-9 ii-Cm : I Scrrct-.ry of btale. -
--- -- ------ --- --- I All uho arc in irrears call and Pay Fe.t| "4. If 59. 39-lt I -

clvaied -ALSO- Fall and Winter Goods. II' chat the C'.II. hit is but 6 <'r 10 ccn's in the dollar I IVepi-ii'lcAt! Pros. Jackin illc SUudard t Mariana : I
I let Lave it T. IIA 1'W AIm A SOX. Patriot publish f>r one month. .1 NEW GOODS GOOD GOODS CHEAP GOODS ,
Or.i tir! Tiact, (...i i ii t.g vT J..o 141c$1'( Oat. \TT E ore i!"tr rc<-<-uii'y .I i : .. lli. lo. \Y I Vv'INTIIU: COOyS of tic StptSl, I8:;9. 89 tfFALL
lIkke"l *.1 H.'..u "V lai .jihj t .w. rS nn ctmsisting MYERS .
uili a-tMii !.*.!"r ..t LA Js-tujmU ..J '-.!'J of'* VOJLrmitty of I & GORMAN,
,Ir %U'ill.k lId WTEU"GOODS. Goods of the Best Quality !
land of tUtateff C4. Uuiiiiij. ; up.Y coons HAHDWAUE & D K A. I, K n S IN .

oUiet". vifitirg tbi fortum ..f TIruicbnstrs I"rua ar< w- GROCERIES. HATS. CAPS I -0--- WntcJics, Clocks, Jewelry', Silver! and .
vltcdx; .uiiu<- llM &n.' ...U jo.f.CJ -J.ll Mr. I HOOTS. HOES, io.wl.ich "l'HE fulifriihi-rs are now ojxning an estexs.reand ; Plattd Ware, Fine Guns, Cutlery

.' 1 Inn 1.1"0'| '. ,".> it KUc in the rci.Llj we will .'l1et liw rii f*. I I J_ well fi'eortod !Mi>ck tf
in tlfrruu ll't LiDiit AiiJ O. & J. MEGIXXISS.Sept AND FANCY GOODS,
mil: taL- |I".asule give any F.LTD WINTER GOODS NOW OPEN- AND SELLING ,
,lifni nation hit llia>' br urtliedTeiins 17. Iff P. rsfct1VL ARE DW receiving thi-ir Full and Winter Stock I' :.
.4 site "iti Le ..e uiJ two ; car tion the __ Co which they would respectfully: invite (he attention wliH.li th.y invite the attention of their cus

ru.cNI"1! 1ft?.v t"*"'* iH-arii; S |K.T tiit. i il pi '*t. !. ) P. ELLIST of iimtutinjj p'ireli'fcrs! In a alll.:1,'. (r .w tl.l>'..f sik. Jtll tao clr mute ajijr n,:)ne.t: ol GrnVeinen'! clotbi'ij, thor nr! alsoopenii ptnibcr 24, It59. S9 Sentinel ropy.I .
ir.VeCuitt** IIO.J a 1&tOrt;;,r tf, tLe Ijiid. Purcli : coMiI1ssIo :\ MLIUIIA&'T.: :K a supply ..f Boys aol Youths "dothirvr. a CASH: AND EXCHANGE ROOMS :

.,..a t I' |ry g f"C "J .iIn .. I I1.ERA a.ln! 'neemrdc on ('..ttC'11 cinmgnedto clafs cf ood-i Iith..rlu so n.i.di needed to meet the !FALL; WINTER GOODS.
4 llie t"" Jir t .uli..1: > .1aa arc full 1 x.ttit I I fi,,t rim* LI-HI-CI' in JCrw Y"lk.EEW I dtinands of the Young Amrric.i" Tall.1 :stl.'e. I I .

d ,4-.I4II4. j.il J i." .i .i.'f ,Jl U4dP. ul.u-h .ilI -o..ff. t, IS, ). f.n.-: Their Slo. k cotiMsts io path of o OF
I 1.- ,.'.J rti a/J: rtlw CIa!. ..f the LIM!. vf wticllfurlUr _. -.- -- --- --- Carrell Maxwell.

mXier will I i..p.\..i in tW 5Ja li*iM fare. i I ; GOODS Ladies Dress Goods : W '
u.::!; J. \ -1.1)0 : i:"."ut40 fi are now receiving our large and well' selected & Si i
I I l. Ti Black. ,'IIII" and \Yatt-rcd DIMS bilk, Grog du: "T C
JAV J.I"Cq! tVD. > tf ill,me. C.'l;.ri.l Silk: Re.lS'I..itl ant I Htured colored! I \ Stock of -

JOHN n LH'>iO\:<.:. ) Johm Lt'&c
October__ &._1t-_ !*. 2-"w_____ I e I Ca&hiiKriK. h'I..igu end Lrstn., an Hgvirtmrnt ; which will compare fivorably with any other Stocktioughi *4. ..
u MrV.U'GllT i t; OKM'JN are uow rcciiving of CVhmtie K..bt-s, mbM Collaia, Marseillca Coll to this market to xihich we would ill"ite.tI.e. will Stock Wore :
CUSTOMHRS And PROMPT PAYING MEN. if examine mj crJwbig
: yon
Notice.ALT. cppy! of l 1.rs, .hite and ..h red, EnibM and HemstitchedHandkerthit others who CASH
I c > attention of our Cutomor, and to all xrill End that I am selling of all kinds as :
urchasmg you goooa
"r'.> ,u-i.II.d l i.> tie Utr firm ..r A. P. Fall & Winter Dry Goods & Grcceries, & '. f*. a frnrral assortment of Swiss Jaco- feel UNM i ?id to call upon us.

ii.t <1 I;... .. l<> iliui ietfi nn! M lUll coi.ef I Their Siock baa t(''11('lIfcflllly siZectednud! ju.usly n"t an
N...rJ alll im-iiv..iiiKly.or thev \i'J) Lace'lie puichased l Iy < tie of the trtu, nl>w. from his lumj Caiubric 'I'MII..i" Dinrty Hand*. mark an ..f -.--"liii .fli s ll ..:'. I dou't mranhi I t.4letienee in the tr:1oi, i ia Vrl* iicquaiiited with the Bluu.1 Ln', H .llllct. Beit and Cup HibboiH Velvet
C" '
( fiv r t ku iuf.for oH.rt I ": t:. .I' .te people; and we -r ouifcitvs that
<' ". I',.*.? .' R \VILUV4'. w. |-.4i fo I' iie l.hg t-i j 1.1"II l se ererte4Iaid. th.it our B. "k lnlu! ,.; Cheek 2a.1II! ?. I Eu! Poult cim'! *mre bills. Fancy Silts, EMBRACES EVERY VARIETY OF GOODS REQUIRED IN TillS MARKET. ; j Il
j .Tunct Curtain Debut Hulns Bjuton de Rose .
---- I S'k t1.1* Fall! "ill! e.'IlII'l.I] t.u".Lly 'j.lltlult ofscy ..
n. ,7 ; 1Ii A r; T Lt-a e iu the Ptntc.DRY. 1 S"i.t'. Cuuhric. U Nashilda. ALL GOODS W WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
_. .
JJ J.1OJ TarlctoM, II Olga .
i rnli4.:
-' I GOODSTrj I Nain c-k llnslitis T..r.\1'nl. II. ";!e'ntio&. 500 PS. LADIES FINE DRESS GOODS '. .

.--'- '( -,-. r:1r. SLi: CJm: i Gierhc b: J. I., Piirs.nt.teky Sr ". Biilliants. white and colored. TSobinrt and l Si'k IliuM' ; I Shall/ Robe of all kinds. OF TilE LATEST STYLES AND BEST FABRICS. 1

i0& ''''_. td\ir.TfeTKiS! .?. \ ..... .:\ t. C&.'1 I . t. Ny Itlau..e.I.llICltAont j >II, Kid Gljvc. (;Jain.tl..Silk and breath 1 Gloves Mantillas CLOTHS, CASSIMCRES, TWEEDS, &c., .

"-'i'(: 'f'Iei.t! ,. tW1.1O SUil".& I'ittL.! ,I"' ( 1Z-4 1.4 tit I.I.Shawls& FOR GENTS AND BOYS WEAR I

&r 1 i 4 f- '...;J,;: ** 1 is.' **. Lt'I!**!+'"* M.ert.cide: du j\\.1! aisi.14i.t! lineeys; Bonnets, Bloomers, &c, & STAPLE 3000 PAIRS BOOTS AND-SHOES', .. .
;/!:fA' ,"i Liftiwn .th. (;. j & S.C. hH"' '.. ..r; -a.rai I let r I '
La-fl. Tnmm Satin. White and Colored CENTS
L/tc..naru''ll FOR LADIES .
..: lIn.llurd I.t. .<"..t) i Lte'ouh4ttin'd.Shettu4'J I :DrLY c:> oDOSiIs
:t* "" Lt\. Rusthos and Howeu.Mantillas I -
-"Ck* :: .lv; y !. r. li.- decigus Ltci- I : ('II.onll"IFl.ul'1tt... lall c..lllrs bud i Cn'ru.'ra: Ti ints. (njiuharc and Gingham Robt- OF LATEST CUT FOR MEN AND BOYS. .

ilIt I N,1JV CuRle-ts Iatrcs fJ&; quolitiec.aurtEkilt. I Opera Fiannel. White and ,lied Fbnnetn.Urillianti. I' NEGRO KERSEYS BY THE BOX, .
I ISv.'t4. I'IIIS: lot'. .e.LiDI I : : Marseilles. India Twilling Cloth.
u Sati
A general a. ni tuient of Cloth 'CloaL and !IInI Plain and Mixed Kentucky Jean Ca* iiiicrks
No j 1'IIn.; \\i'llof'I pre; I t.. g'te .du.1at..n to L1:'. LJ.-J Dunsa GOODS. I till.is f all f,!1.r. f iz-< and prices.V I nets Tweeds, Choctaws and Mailboro: Stripes I FINE RED AND CRIB BLANKETS, '.

TV'UO flaT fvor )..jg" wi h lilt I patnmiige He will : Poplin. n..b
.be rejuUily *fUr'pllC l muliOysicrs M.II;:*. DvLaiu i's: i do rfo ]A-ptinsi d do Wee 1 Shawls! Knit Sl-awls H1"'I.lteJlnd UrO\vu.Sh..etingl. Osna- RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS, .
Cane sad Kvrry Other I:: ta":( M.-noo do I.jn'mt Clth Inltnas I I burg, Kerrej of all kmil Blanketa. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. '

to IH> obtained in tie mnik.-t. and will! pirar.t the: Cae1n'lf"fI d.1 K.uify Catuxfic .loGiii I Fancy & Staple Dry Goods. and. Railroad ce,1 l HlatiLeto.lllanketsCiib Gentlemen 100 DOZEN LINEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, .'
lunj I.!< ,!I. d' CI"As
.! j ; to f-i.pt-rior to in the > i ) 200 DOZEN HOSIERY.
(( inj au- cnj
H'n'I:1' I. I I Shawls,
Frewb Caliw d. (Click Cloth do Fancy l'rintr.:1i-h. Fr"lIChnnd Amorioan. IVin- ..
citv. c.nn..t".I.At..rtyle.Lean CIil.i't'n and :; 5c,5 hoop ted Mu: !!in*, Frti'tb nod Englid-! : Jlcrinos. French.HH! 'I Ladies. Ger.tn. Mi->?es. Boys and Children Gloves of HOOP SKIRTS AND CORSETTS, '
IHnncr :tn cl Snppor Titriiostiill : liLllv ttiatQird. 1.irtl. Eil-tio Oinchnnii" Kn'lith Cl.iutr. lilark Alp.tcc.ts 'I all kindi, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. I. JACONETS AND CAMBRIC.

b- rttendr' t.. rt the t-lniVst native J25"FioeLioDHi : Silk: 1'risues t>v tip Im'tV. auJ Ciifur :ivrii\i>nil IHIM]. and Ii.eerting, I Ope Flannels.: ,. I.aHics and Oentu White MerinoVefcts. I
"JAVi.s'ixOEiis.SatSaltM ._ HAT ,
4i-tf auJ
oa. 8. \ :9 -- ---- -- t bleached and brown Sliirtm; She liig i I -
--- ----- --- -- .- -- : CLOTHING AMD GENTS DRESS GOODS. : linen SLeetiiin tind Sliirtir bliaihed! Mid brown Boors ct Snots CKOTKERT ii GLaSSWaRE BLEAChED, BROWN AND COLORED DOMESTICS, .

I BTJs: CUh O.al. i Slid.I.j m'k OU DocSki.1 prints j Driliin '. Srftmrtn.; Denims <'affinirc brown and i GENTS CLOTHING CAr.I'ET1SGi, SAt>i>LKRT.Y II BY THE BALE PIECE OR ARD.' I
: s'niped I Osnabiirgn, Irish Linens, Hosiery. Georgia I CORNICES AND CURT AISJ -
A r\ CSACKS! I.i".rp..ol! al/.1 GOO Till:. Is. Tweed du Jo I 1w.c 1_ land for Cue I.v I (/I..imfl' do Joi.k UlKlnel. rt" I Kersey anti l'luil.t. Bed Blankets Nrgro iJlanktts : A S K ElPKOT 1 0 X S CARPETS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.$

.JrUGIIT! f. Ot IO. D. I heaver d.! l.: I Mcriuo d.!> j blue green rarlt an'l! ruddle U'ankets.I I Paros XAIL'ocnms., HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, ". -. ., .- Ml!

.w Fort.I 141 154.Mautillas c.-einwr.; Vct' I <]<, Drawer. TOBACCO StoAes, LIQUORS, GLASS WARE AND CROCKERY.
---- --- j Silk: A Sal in dt ,FtueyaplainSiik: Cravat Gent's. Clothing. I .
Fruits and in Cans.
Shawls &c. t IJnnlJi''I.n'>*A Marf-eillef and i'tneke.Silk! A L C i Bltct Cloth C.i. ts. D ,-(kin C..itT\ec-', Satinet.; Vegetables HATS, CAPS AND UMBRELLAS, .
Shirta[ A SUit I.clf'Harltlkf'r.1.i..r", Ac. ::. Cuat : S,-pt 17, 18:9. 38 I. I TRUNKS VALICE3 AND CARPET BAGS..WILLOW .
Inn. Ii.-artr Br.Cilo. Beaver, S-aMin. mack' .
i of lai.J j '
"TXTEIiave just re'* eJ in :**ott'utt4t -- -- "-- -" .
\V II I I Clutb and Satiit-t ireo.itsan.l 'If'II. FJWJ Cjnunurr. I WARE AND YANKEE NOTIONS.. .
SOOTS t.L SHOK ?. n".1.in. TnvcJ nnii Fancy S.ilinrt PrnU.Farcy I: WOODRUFF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS: .
Ctrtit: Mantilla f. Mir.tlf, SliL'a ... Ca.'iiRiip Y .,t.. Silk, Satin .d Itali: Cloth I '
Gitt CslrS<-\ea H. L.l..s; aJ.i"g! tdive.and I ai :in I IRON:;, NAILS AND SALT; .
aId Clo'lMa Shaalsfa AVt7r$ rfJ .!II lYpgod d.> U..ntt'ell V*.ts. Lmrn Ijusufi Shine end Cvllar Mnisrillcs rROI BAGGING AND ROPE.

: teniinn SLirlf, MtcJmnica and I .l hi KverittV iJ-wtw. ): !"tt jI. Cl.ilurcn nnd Bf-y Shirts and Cvll.ir ; Woui'ea Pauls and Shirts, Ac I NE\VPOI T I .

Cumfttnnlion; Cornells, 5v., dlt S...t,.h J5i'inrat-, i t-l.oe'. j AT CONCENTRATED MANURES, I I
ttlncb we trill rell at c-Jitrfmelv loir price*. dodo CongrcM (;taiter. !IA l huge '"?"'}" Llies Boy's & Youth's Clothing. I : TOBACCO AND CIGARS. .

(;. & J. MKCINNKS.: Rubber Ov* s. I Rubtxr Oftr :.. andSewed 1 3d Station, Walker's Mill, I GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, .
: Cloth Fr.>c'.vS. Twe.-d. Casirccre and r.lnSainet .
(ktg.bi 8. 19. 41-tlt __ do and Pegged; Sandal of Twine. ; OF ALL KINDS AND VARIETIES. .
t Rood B.icpnsr nope
Iroan C>.is! liUfd P itiTu-t Oicrsacks b tie pilot and Hue a siipplv ..
Brcgana, WITH
&c. -- i P.uaot1 M.Let ovt-iBJicks r..r C.ipfiinirt Pantsblack, C.i- FWr, Suit. Hireliiikey.. Ilm.ns. Bi- I FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND FISH IN CANS : .
Carpets, I SlciulJtrs. CI..,,. Lard Butter and Mess P.'rk.
CflOCLUES. biu'rlt :m.} Tw.rm's: }
Two A DTIIKIIC: PLY C"i ,.- !'.I". eu4 Jar C .fiV. ;'UoUffCK flsh.in'i ChrereCru i iI I n, lr. Tea and CdT,.. with! a good ttock of Muliu'! AND EVERY THING ELSE USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL.Cotton ,.
1'iiiitrJ Dm '' r .1.! ., oohittric.i -nats: Tobjcco. -o- i .
nly ': & .\ ". Graaulatfil aouj Rice, J'lc-.ir. BneLwlxnt, i .
4 Quarter Jit-nip C i|.tirg. Cw fc I Oiil,."". 1',.141..1. Lard. : Dry C3-oods.
I IFrewJ
A fin* "flwttJnurt JCulra 1'.1. IIt*. blade! .
Yelnt! R'-c ai.d ] I and other Produce
I Jute tr.d Alieint* Dir aUo.:Mat' Itaran :.Ie.l clw n.'!*%'. P,'a t v. C. llama' i; ilt-fS IVrk.l IIK! Cei.ac TriuJy. Gin :
Havrlk,Mate. M.H'MI" Aii'iqim aim) Saxony H.it, I Ib
t!, BuJ.1 Srflik5 r G'*li.-u Cau.r. { Ruiu.m: rs, Ac, Ac '" antI.-bi'tifit'' .IJ"I.ill"v'rYP!>le. Gent's glazed j i H A R D \V An E. TAKEN AT MARKET PRICES, .
For bAleb1 G. A J. MEG:. __ :_ I
I haTe. fj.l'ionib:> n o;,>.Vln li.ts. strainhit and 1 bell I IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS; !
j I Ever tiitg! froM r..- -d!! to an sndw.ludia .
Ocl. H-r 8. 18SO. 41-H uiSaAhv' a <
_____ 1.Y ] I: I J S '
I shaped! Hen's and r:% chili <'II'5.| nlk plurh c&p. Ikubtx-r: lx-ltiti; r.n.l 1 P.uLitic .Iv..ijs on hSDJ. AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.

Blankets &c. j IIluh. tI., Cutlery. Crotlury. P..twnic A good l tvf'y\ : of Crpre. ""jrup Uarrd4.Lh..I'.1 I .
;I ll.tjoU: toW It.-\ ...e. Fancy ';C.cJ, Ae, if. All Boots and Shoes I and'Key West SaIL I I
ULANKLTs. of( wliich the: 1.Ibt-criL.'rf are .,w oCciirg Cash Advances Made! on Cottpn;
NEGRO do I f.-r rale and *x<-)< ';' for all country A very lance U''rtUIl'nt of Latfios anl MieeoCi. j I Itt'r' All to be suil t ..tt'r..rt fit ie'l for cash or c.>un- I ;. ;.
Pine 11 4 end I! 4 .J B'anfcet lJu lin9. and of and try produce. I wi 1 buy or make advances on I'OT-
b'ipnrr quality s-ze
I pi LauoaHf Quiltf. IJi iev C< nl> QiNlt (.r thrir patronage I"r"tul..re( extended to us and wit and withoi/t heel. Geut'a best calf watt-priwif j.1 TON.I PLANTATiONS I SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS,
Rail Way Kuz Travelling lilanLela.JiMl I awaiting their further twl I... we remain err truly, IWts and thoes. Plan'cra! fonts and ,hoes .l all will buy Hides, Ekit, Ta"ow, D ecI"'u.Efg*
; reoei..d .iwl for **!1., lyOct. j MitfAl'CHT & ORilOXU." !kinds.! Hu'itcr' B .!.. Plouglnnno's ixv.t. Youth's 'I I or Poultry. ClO'ri'S' ;
8. '69. 41 -St O. A J. MElt\CISS.: ; f Muli">m Mes rn:cr wpy.O and n-'ys* Boots end hot*. prcat can,Iy of Clul- \; A LSOAGENT -
8. H9. 41 (irons" HH.ft.&e A large npply (f Hucst-t Biogans !; FOE THEWAKULLA
Private Boarders. __ Northern and MaJit-on made.AL.O IRON WORKS. CALL AT THE
Haidnaie /1111 I Iron, Xai' otio\1'. ?ndllcrv. % "
I Plantation for Sale. |i .
t_liuRN i. prerasr.4 l tuthkf Day BoardersKeriiUtice :
MK.1 f'Ulhof the C |.itol.on thr ooiwroppowUr : rIlE PLANTATION ale miles f rota llabase. < Fancy Golds, Crockery. Clas ware, Perfumeiy.TiuwareAc. j I I will slwavahace nn liand or be able to prorcfe I CaSH: A 3STID iCILT GRO 0MG
; the dwelliigof Juflge ItaLtr. She ,'in .10, i JL .n the I?.iititri
all in 'tier: power to tuLe those coml' i table \vlio maypttniucelHT. : plantation containing 9CO acres of kind about 630 & Twine. Mills from Ijj' t\l.J upward, Gin Segments. Scgar OF
Bagging Rope. SiiU: dc tc. TUOS. WOODRUFF.N. I .
I .which, are cleared having a new Dwelling and all .
October 8. I S i'41 : necesnry out bu.ltli:1jC'. iocludinij: a new Gin Howe. A full supply of Family Groceries such as Tea, i B. Good accommodation fur Travelers "
--- _' .- _. _. ._- I Screw ami Nrcro Cabias. The tract aught be ad- G.ffee' Snsar'Pice. S'ap"CaiKlIe*. J pice Ca: Jies. j "pll0. 1859. 37-3ra I C3-OO. W. Scott. T.all hassc.I .

GRAND OPENING I cantae4fl".V .i\"it .1. Burning Fluul. Oil! I'.int"ohnl"co.. Snnff. Cigars, ---- i .
Iff THE : Pr"I".itis fr tin p'j'fl.a-e rf he whole or anj fLn\l u. Piolclen.' Soda, Salt: dtc, SELECT SCHOOL.MR1 I September 1 i. 1859. 23 :
| part will be rvreivol ni.til the hI ..f DtCiinVcr nxt, Brandies, \ViniiGm. Rum and Whiskey.ALM3 --0-

NEW STORE, MONROE STREET, j and if no1 *..ld the p'ace will be f.'r rent the ensuing a good atturtmeutof Druj eontantly kept !. L E. GRANT. widow of the late Pn-fes- Plantation &c :
LAWRENCE ()HLMAN. I'tturK1noll. | year. ror trim, vbicli nmy be at a lonz credit (".r on hntd! hEllS, UU>T &CO. I: John A. (Grant returns her grateful ac Negroes, ,, I I DE. J. A. GRANT,

.- -0C ;! three fourths of the purelwi-e. april to nle 'n Talla- TailakasseeSspt.! 54, 1859. S9 j I kiMiwleirgenients: to her friends ant I patrons for their :FOB. SA.LE. Sturgeon Dentfst -

ITIZENS (>f Tallal.n.*ee ai.J Tkh-i'r; ; find alran-! I bassee. CEO. H. MKGIKNIS3Agent --- kindness since her residence in Tallahassee and respectfjily rubarnber offer, at private sale, hi. planta- : -
of Mrs. S. A. Btrrox. RICHARDSON'Sx i'I solicits further share of their THE Luke Jackson VIKU located iaJ I
Reis aojounimi; therein are respectfully iimted a patronage I on together with be XeI I -
to rail anil esamiue for tliemeelres my new and elegant Sept 10. 1 51. 87-Sm : i bho will open a Select School l for ML-sta. al o a few groes. Stock. Proriaiong and Implements, :: L Tal:.ba..e will rI -
Stock of -- -- LxI3: LXNElNS: boys from *CTth to twelve years...ld at her residence Also his House bold } thereoo.l I be b.ppj to wait on all _ -

DRY OOODS. CLOTH(', ; For Sale DAMASKS, DIAPERS, ic. I the bouse formerly occupied' by the late Dr. Auld. 'urnilure.GEO.. A. I those who are desirous : I

FANCY GOODS. HATS A CAPS. \ STEAM )ILL with Circular Saw and Grist /" ONSUM ERS (.( RicnAHtfon'a l ncJCII. and tboeJ The scholastiC year wit commence on the 18th Sept 1'7 1859. M-t I t of bh Mr-rice*. A1lwort-i' Pt

SHOES : ttf ltora Two !large CyluwWHoiWn that tU articles Notice: to give general f atialaetied. .-_
aaj a grant ullicf srticlc tloG numeious to tnent twenty piwer. see they purth.VI sealed withII. I I :.
ioo, adapted many f.r tLe City an J..1; : couplets, bi'" ted 1} miles! north of Maiming J. or:IICn 'EDSOX. flOSS A I to the attention o# _ .
opec for inspection. PU..IMI! Mill 2 do'.lars I aofTcring witll.
tabliahment the very Lute t SI)1ft him-
I an bj
bcl l about three Per -
Said Mill has
A long vsperieiiee in .this buiiueis an-1! t1ut rate CMIuection been 11'0. year Go.!'. drskmgpuuen.a. Other ornamental bramLes the self wh1ch.itl iminsd3ate relUC .5
aaij Mill .ill call R H. Man- give perIOD
to ace on .
ron wishing Tliiacanlion is rcnJrted .
*. t-uable the propritor lo progrt-M with ih- essentially ueeetsury a* usual charzes.
,dutII.m inf-vrnv after once tmartg it will be witbont if. To all .nd :
age and produce new acid farbiontble goo.s! at th! e : iiiny near tC premises, give anT large 2\iantlti infrnoraod defective Linens are Incidental Experves *1. ChfOD twn'eft '
M. MANNING.Ofoberl. I eases as aDd1fe.aJcie TOCtbch.ftcano'4
opening cf the 8'aa.JII, r.ud tbtrtby keep the D-O.t ion .ired. 40-3m A prepaied. _lion after season and sealed with the Pupils required to furnish their own decks or a be'vz9ell. B. bM also Dr. AtVa'a-. .
attractive Stool: in the .itV'. name.)f P.itharJby Irish Houses who. regardless : small table and chair. ted Tooth K norater and CUan bb I-.Ie .
erf _
Having a (opted_the lotTg ftanJmz motto I Mules Mules I of the injury thus inflicted alike on the AoMfiraDcbncmer Pupils are required to.be punctual fn attendance ucer out in this StA>:-P.i-iuoe.wiibia their| utfi,
and the manafactarersof genoe Goods also to atudy at least two. boon out t>( school every -
QUICK PROFITS beAatlfu1tye1tansed will 'Nt rail te Uw X> a'clL
1 will
to I not readily abandvo bumneaa rpHE
undertipie-i rxjta a ao profitable
we venture tw anlni l. purcliascra with oar Iu' price I THE tIe tOUi October in f. nith It drove of while purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of a day.So pupn reeeiTed (forales time than'half- eea _L brancbearwiQ be camfd on aa heretofore at the .: OTTICB Kn ci tOO rc.r tixnr.- iw Ot filf Of.fice. '

., and Lope by uric atteclaii to the butioe&a to I'' THIRTY .lUL ) Prtwnt in Leon who .wish] to tforthle character. ; 1.o tude a b) special agreemeot. OLD STc\Dt'y the ondicrsijTBed. who retnm 'A or two dropped at.the TJIT. P5es'Ilw.eitwith ."t -. _
receive a liberal tbirc cf nuWic! laeU wait thanks for and mUeiu cnotintutioo tli Brmapt sttmcins, -" 0 ; W I
a .bbc
patronage I lepteDJ1Ih Uinir Sloek-troolJ psrhas J.BSLLOCEE&J.RLQcjE. Agent. No deduction except in eaae of protracted Dloeaa. ZL.Tteth XxtrmetcJitiiatnEXEcutot '
L. OUL A : 1'rthis.rrivI..IIE t1lh1itF-. S* Cbarft St, New Yt-ik. Payment baIt b adraace-. patrooag berKofcc ao UiwaJlj xtend*: .
J te.
(tC.t.f-f 1. 28:9. i"> : OcT. !. 11 ;1.'I.' '. % Srpl.'Sl': 1Ut. .11"- *. S.1.ItL859. 3 f [Sect eepy. JcVJ. 1869. I -- 1), 0. wu., '! '":' '. ; iff .- i .

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The Floridian & Journal 1 Valuable 14JtTSTr

-0ELma.'S 1. IRON HOOPS AND TIES STOMACH BITTERS recehrerTfifom New T rk pet bark R.IL' Oaa

I. poblUbed every SATURDAY, by COTTON BALES. gpoerlt' assortment of article in or line,

DYKE FOR :/br aenr.of Dvml Iiuligtrtta..V' IOi. BY STATE ) such as Oilsofilznn.t every kind Burnhig Fluia.
E. (
ECONOMICAL AND flatulency, LM nf Appetite or jr BU.*tComnla4Mtt White Lead,Zinc and other paintsVindow Glass of
Price C cuitt pound.-25 per cent. arUSny from a mnrlihl iN..U." U2IQRIT\ Puttr.Ben-he. Potash ? *tldin
advance. per beet p
SHa ?
At Two DOLIAB annum.'in
per IL.C I at & Lnitt/t, nmttiettiy tV.wxy 4Pyttntery. Q S qulty.
i lets titan Rope. of 0.. <.4 ,Ctolera JL'>rt>u4.tc. S Q H S i Oelatle.LoudOlnt.r French (very best.)
TERMS OF AD\' nTISIiO. Patented June 21 sf, 1859. 0 Ironoversl C"li. ,member of purposes,SPkf Pepper. lmon. Syrnp,
dvantagesof In view of the fact that
One square of 12 lmM.or less.firtiuerti. (,n, }1 00 ; -- \\.NY lUpe-Bs one considering a material for binding Cotton Balrs. I the human family U more or every l<-s* xtitijtctcd to I Capital Prize $100,000! Ink,Quinine. Peruvian Brk Fluid of Fxtnc nod'l

etch IIIIIHII1Uf'"t ftiEroftssiooal I o I The Host Economical Convenient and Iffflcient ; will'b surprised i that it hn* not bei n adopted long tome of the above complaints} leai.Jes innumerable ic_b&,and a general PopuW I'ateuk
Cards inserted at*10 Cultivator EVtr Invented. I life, hich, We keep none but the vrry but and
an 1 Business : per tince. In its security against fire tLere i i. an over- other conditions in The, (ulo".irg !.f.GXIFICE.\T SCHEMES Medicine

_ annum.Advert'aemeuts. Jo-- if it tlo 1 L I II hclnii.!jreaMn\ for rs adoption. i by the assistance of 1 little knowledge or EDDY & Co.. Manager in i hope to merit jour puunalP.MILE A CO.
nnt rnsrktsd with the number (.f -yrll EN rrirrlrmadecid 1,1.: n in the Cities have been the exercise of common sense,they may I.e able "i be drawn by WOOD I NASI.
will be continued until forbid. and charge I V\' thus' pre itel', I li ri-in pleilge M\tll I it II TIle Prett-es Seaport] their habits of diet, and with public under .ihe saperiutendtnce of Commissioner*. 1
insertion but to regulate 29.185
those ,hn rightalur main cause of its not l eing generally adopted; II so October 1859. I Mal _____ ___ _h _
accordingly. retmnthein ney to pnrchnee I is removed generally and the Or. the assistanceof. a good tonic, secure permanent lit
_ tTCerti&fttf"oI publication or legal or etat : their plantations., I now leans Press objection, the I.ugut in N. 0.. give it the preference health. I n order to accomplish this. Olcis'iS: KTo. f7O. I BLACK-S1IITHING !

'JlIc'JM..ilI not be given until the .d"Pltising fee i is : R.quires but one Stock for any Viii'l of taktublT a m"J.. I overrode. The Fawman Iron Uocp and Tie is I desired object, the true course to pursue nalura it.certainly Dravs on Saturday, OctQb 2Jlh, : fitxlersigned has iwumed work 5
paid. : t 01 til uhich way be put on, fastened and the and i ia ,that which trill produce a TiE
of of pfopietors efl in
the one and 1' < a Sbi.p
._ __ .. .__ '.ii fine minute.I I "improvemmt it found after long state of at the least hazard if yit'l PLAN. town &opei _
A -- adapted to 1<. eubse.J.i1b-il!f.4nd general cul I adopted from the fact that is experiment strength thing ; fur this end Dr. Hosteller ON THETUREK NUMBER the same LuiKi'njr with Mr.Kulin Cur-i

Attachment. ti"ilti"'h. nnd may lie tunied into a deml.le plow 11 ,to combine I he greatest rocrvti in simplicity has introduced to this country 1 preparation rinse Shott, opposite the Exchange where all kinds

_ Stti rHti desired and is 110 /* Leon Circuit Court. Anmnfirit. $** attached to It, the cost of 'hich 'wilt not txccic I is so prepared as to require no change for reeompres BITTERS, which at this day is not a new -- He con refer with confidence to thocf

WI.QO Damage* 2UUOO. one dollar. I i-mv. Thus obviating the only remaining difficulty medicine, but one that has Dn tried for Nearly one Prize to ercry IIf Tickets. who I have patronized him.herct.f"rr f.r the Cbreli
tlzy Thompson and John O. Pittman Merclmnti IInd< is detachable and adjustable to itseli I at tie tea board cities. giving satisfaction te> who have of his "'IL FRANCIS PAYNE
Every part
partner trading and duiug buiine under the The stock which may be made <>f common |1.lUe i The hoops are sent of.Tny length from eigltt to ten 'ears. The Bitters operate powerfully upon I GRAND PRIZE OF $100,0001 January 8. 1168. 2-tf

: came,firm and style of 71'ompaon i Pittmar plank is so simply constructed ami there being IKveld : feet and a full guarantee given that neither the Ti e the stomach, bowel and liver, Itlngtllem 1 Frizeof..(50.000 OSPrizvsof....$150

v*. ; in the iron part that tbe whole plow may lx I nor'Hoop shrill brenk. And further that all cotton to a rigorous action, and 1 I .... 20,00 I G. t . 100 I Aromatic Tonic Bitters.
William O. Uclonis Smith after -ne< bound in them shall be received on the same terms thus by the simple of strengtheningnature 73 '
ru.liiy.put op l y the roD.Dlones I process SFriiesof. lO.fiOO) \ 66" rpllESE Delightful and BITTERS
Defendant and all others interested are\>ei" obtaining a correct pattern. The opinion of all \t h< : at the Orleans Prei-s as rope bound cotton. The ,enable the system to. triu-nph over 10 .. 6,000 6 .. 50 .1 are an invaluable article IIITig.rating with:

TIlE notified ul tbe commencement of this a uft I bare seen and tried it is that it will be the : weight per bale is about the same as Rope not one disease. Diarrhoea, dysentery settlers or flux,,and so 60 I .. 1,000 I 4,810: I ... 40 Dypepi-a.; Indigestion or los of Appetite,and those

by attachment returnable to the next term of uid : ONLY PLOW USED pound more or lisa. Masters have of it, we generally contracted b.nw of water 218 .. 600 !: 27.040, .. 2032,3t6 who are suffering from Del>iily! incident to recovery
To show the opinion Ship principally by nge .
Court at Tallchatiee and SAUNDERS to appear and Sheriff plead to t as soon &s its merits are generally known, Rod that the following among numerous commendation ruse, will speedily regulated by a Prize.. ... .. .Anwinting to'$ll 86,785 from icbues (T lassitude attmiiiintiii Warm Climates
be give Ind b Bitters valuable
lame In the Aromatic a I
mall -- ,
88-4a taking teveral years together it will be but a we have: brief use of preparation. Dy.pfiA. -- W'ifind
&ptetober1.1859. part of present plow expenses being not only tb< The undersigned masters of vessel having bad I a di.es which is probably mor Wnoti Tic KT8$20; HALVES $10 ; QtUUIII f5 remedy bracing and renovating the system.

moet convenient butcheapcst plow which can be used cotton'compressed with Passman's new Iron Hoops when taken in all its various forttas/than C rti1c.tt r f Parkngcs in the above Scheme will i when prostrated.
\ .1 Plantation for sale. i Farmer nitfy "fit their present supply of Scuterf and Ties hereby recommend the ssme. The bales any other; the cause of which may alwaysbe be at following rutrs. which i is the risk : Directions for u.e accompany the Bottle.

iubwriber offer for tale the Plantation Ij I II Shovel and Sweep for this stock and et en knock being well compresced aDd the buttons or Loops attribute to derangements of the diges Certificate Package of 26 Whole'tkett.$299 00 I Prl'pare aud sol.t! by
I THE I off their Turning Plow' and fii down in the bold be cured without fail by Half H9 SO.I EDWARD BARNARD. '
five niilea Ea t of Tallahassee on the St the w ings wrought Lever breaking when thrown Ship's organs rn STOMACH BIT. I 26 Dra> ; and A'puthecary. I
,c Anguatioe p Road kno..n a* FauntJeroIt eon fur or when stowed: using HOSTETTER'S the bottle. For I U6 Quarter I ..':0 I 'gst
land L L. Cpt. Ship Moses.Daveuport aa per directions on I 26 Eighth t April 30. 1859 18
.. tain 1,200 acres.more or lees of aa good I this.PEELER'S Coudey TEl physician will recommend I -
cad be found io Leon County; together with the N< ; A Robinson Ittadl.! .., every of kind,then why not Plank Road All Right!
Bitter drawn
The following Scheme by
Hone, Mules Stock. of all kind,Corn Foe James Tomas be infallible T Splendid 'i b
groea.der.&c. A. Talbot, Hareaseekct C3e an article known to WOOD EDDY t C.Managers of the Sparta Academy rriHE undemigne l having purchased the entir in
lie will also tell the ondivided l.alf of that Tra< I 'AIANURE DISTRiBUTOR,,1 John Dean. u James Flint, Every country of have and their strengthening as a preventive of Lottery,, each Saturday in OCTOBER, at Augusta i X teres of the Xleorgu A Florida Plank R,aJCompnny.Vill f
of Land lying two miles Et of Bell-Air, plant* John C. Wilner.M rulhous(. in dlla and them all Georgia. rfot'thc same in good travelling order.Tliis t

and occupied by Petti & Chaires. known aa M Cornncopia. Patented June 21st, 1859, H. Koppenholdt to tElla A. Claik, there the system is not to general be found among a more healthy Can 40 Draw Saturday, Oftotmr 1 I 85._ mhy b rle rti. The rate rf toll I have re.duced :

." It contain about 2,000 acre of Clay aod I PTED to the sowing and di.tribuLiig'.fse I II L P. Meril1. Bark KimbalL people than the Germans, from whom Ill 41 Jrax.Saturday, OcttAer S ISotl.Clat some pet rent. To persons at Bel-Air
bilfofailtbe Stoc of and Ties atN. O., 1'86 cents < to Il by the season a suitable deduction -
Pine land. Alo tbe undivided ADA of and fertiliceis whether fine Tlie price luiscd upon Bci 42 Draw Saturday, Octolrr lA9. wishing; f.rl
j on Ibe place, together with the plow..hoe. nw.TPVo. i- '" -.-- I. wagon on a plantation may be readily fixed for this for city acceptance,kjd all orders will receive prompt the destiny of this great preparation in the Close 44 Dar, Satuida'y, Octolrr 29, 1859. I abuse this region and on this road I can't stand.
O. md Octavia J. Cbairca.Sept.
$ attention by F. I must f,r the roud. Suitable
at a trifling coat. Any planter giving i it i a medical scale of siencerE'ER -- Somebody pay using
8. l&fil. Stf purpose fair trial and finding the above to be not true will 12} Commercial Place. 0'ent. OX THE PLAN OJ'SINOLB XC'JIERS. deduction made to tbo. running 5 and 8 mule
have bis money returned. New Orleans, June 11, 59. 24-6m AND AGUE. ---- I team tbe (aaon when arrangement are madebeforehand.

Notice.THE One of the greatest labor faring JoTcntions wutch 50,000 Tickets i JERE RICHARDS.
nbscriber offer for aale b:* place UDU' thing farmers have so long needed. Broome & ThompsoFern.n.n.d.1.n.a This trying and provoking dll. AI Richard Mill. April 9. '59. 15
i very _grasp on the of man,reducing'h to NEARLY ONE IJIZE TO }:nxy: NINE TICEEJTS : ,
within mile and belt of TalUtbas rteU b I
-o- .
a a -- --- -- -
] shadow a of time rendering CONSUMPTION J3T AN OLD INDIAN DOC
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and two and a balf of Bel Air. The place contaii Those wUhing purchase State or County Rigid : a.0 him a men physically I and a mentally I useless, can b dee I GRAND PRIZE OF.. ... .$5,0. TOlt UKCAS BRANT while a
land is be found withi for either of the above Inventions or wishing to become
820 acrea of a-good a* to from the body by the DM of nOSTETER'RENOWED 1 Priu 0(. 1 (. I CURTD. Miesionary the Indian of
i PriZ'o
the Ame distance of Tallahassee; with a new GIN] agents for the sale of rights now have an opportuuity ] rUBE undersigned have formed a co-partnership a dy. the above .120,00 among
Eli farther any 1" 60 t aooI the Mountain '
Rocky ,
\ BOUSE and SCREW and all necessary out built for great grain.Address JL under the name of BROOME A THOMPSON IER o .. 10,00 I I dl.enre
when .
stated diieaM not exposed t I .. 300 400 a RARE PLANT, that
b tn1 -
well of excellent water. The Her. JAMES PEELER of C 6.0 I proves
ing,and an unfailing ior; the transaction a COUMPTIcTh
Florida. any ordinary conditions producing\e I th*BI 1 I ... TOO .. 300 n certain cure for Comumpiiori..
eomroodioui and convenient containio Tallahassee
BoOM i if
4 GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESSin used u per direction And a*it create* 1" ... 'S,tiOo 100 .. .. 150 I Bronchitis, Asthma Liver CoW
will a
closets J. aet at
twelve rooms, with store room and ele.I My SOD, A. PEELER as my agent CURED.
the of Fernandma. They trill give prompt nausea nor offend the palate,a reD(nnnecenry *- 100 . I plaint.Nervons AffictioosCongbs,
will aell with the place my bouse and lot at this place and is authorized to sell Individual County city 10.4pp"zlat
t1 BelAir.ALIIO- or Stale Rights or employ agents for the sale o( attention to the tale or shipment of cotton and other any change of diet 0 Interruption t ua p' OH Pnz .. I Colds, Ac. Ha ting now made his
; the same. JAMES PEELER. produce and will make liberal advances on consign .ale but promote lao ale and healthy dlgoa CO.v siTMPT'rrv>i fortune and retired from u.ine.
4t 23 VALUABLE NEGROES. June SO. 1859. Sl-ly meets for sale here or for shipment to their friends in t complaint 1 thai removed a. .peedHy 1 C Prel o($ ppr'g. fOO prize srel,600 11" will,| send the| preacription and
__ 'jtent with the production of a thorough In permanent 4 300 t 00 I 1.OO I direction for preparing the medi-
t.. T-ermj mad known on application. Savannah, Charleston, N. York or Liverpool. 4 250 t 1.00 CURE
T. W. BREVARD.&pll0.169. c 10,00" cine.tt\ v/tharr/e to all who desire -
4 87 AMES & LIVELY They will negotiate in the principal markets o'f t'he For Persons in advanced years 4 226" 1,00" 900 it.and wi send t hi. ageut

I I WHOLESALE AND REtAIl United States,tbe sale of Bond issued by the State from an enfeebled confutation and 4 O" ,009 810 CONSUMPTION enclosing t"o stamps (6 ,
THE GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE -by the several Railroad Companies-by the counties Who a saOering Bitter invaluable u a ratorm* 4 .. 3.1' I. 600 pay the return Iqfter, with a de-
-DEALERS IX'' or incorporated towns, and other gocd securities luC body a tried 4 100 I 1,60" 4005OtiO I, CU RED. wrption t,f their ymptoms. The
& 0Gear' and wilt receive and execute orders for investment lire o strength and Tg.and need,only 1 b priu1 of 20 Ar'-.I 00,000 Old Doctor has cured more than

! fl Machine for Cutting,Planing Hwi' 'I I in the same. They will attend to the purchase to l appreciated. AD 1 a mote while lu.th -- I 3000 caaes of Consumption Alone,

: j ding. &c., Irregular Forms in Woo4.M \\u,-5 I I or sale ofREAL mother's Bitten nourulunent a Indispensable Is inadequate, all to the where demands Ie 5,483 Prizes amounting to. .. .. .. 320OOO i I CONSUMPIO: :a'n hopes all Mkitd people willnV.il

-01 I ESTATE IN THIS CITY, o the child,cntlell her strength must yield, Wlon TIC E$10; IhLu '5 ; QcARTLRA *25Certilkatea I CURED. ty. themselves the Doctor of vidheJ tbUopportuni to do tj,: tI
undersigned has become tbe owner of tile j and here where a good tonic,such as !
the Eastern nolStomah
in JlfidGt
THE or in any town or county or I 1 I the good he nn before ha die.-
.. to use and sell this valuable machine i io I OI I SfftttJtrm Districts of flvriJa. Personsbaviagsucbproperly Bitters i 1 needed 1 impart temporary strengthand of Packge"will be sold a the follow CONSUMPTION Address all Utter to 1-

: ', Florida aod be now offer individual and Coullty I for ale. will do well to furnish them plats rigor to lh system. Ladies should by an mean rates which is rill: I DANIEL ADEE. .

Right to any who may desire to purchase. One of I SI with accurate discriptions quality, location improvements try lh remedy to all ease of debility,and before M Certi6cae of P.ekg- 10 Whole Tickets. $80 I CURED. Thu x 35J1 P. 0.New York. !

: the Machine can be seen io operation at any time atthe. I EDjTALLAHASSES ,price terms Ac,with the name of some doing ask your Jh.icn. who I h 1 acquainted 10 Hal ..4o Who i i. his sold !-
.lOOp of I. W. BoweD at the Tallabssste R. I R woo .,show tbe property on application.We with the virtues le Blte wQl recommend their 10 r 20 January 1, 1859. 1-ly ag"nt
: Depot. The machine is simple in it* construction- person will attend to the settlement claims againstthe sic In all c .of weakness.CUTION.We ? 10 Eighth 10 _
t adapted to cut a greater variety of irregular form FLIIJ Fedeial or State Governments for services or Caution the public against ---- ------- '

i and surface than any other yet invented. Its ci. I ARE now receiving a large and fresh supply or substitute during the recent Indian War. using any of the many ol coon fo Ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose tbe II' Insolvent Estate Notice

pacity !I. equal to twenty men and io some liod of I variety articles kept by Druggists.PLANTERS In addition to their Commission Department, the tetfcits,but ark for HOWTKTTER'S CEBUT amount of money to our address for what you with STATE OF FLORIDA. )

tr work ranch more. It occupies but small Ipnct-n1, : PJIYSICIAXS. undersigned have purchased (the entire STOMACH BITTERS and see that each bottle to purchase; name the Lottery in which you wish it County from three to four feet square is sufficient-and reo has the words I Dr. J. Hosteller's Stomach invested and whether wish Wholes Halves
of the
or BRADLEY, estate
I and others ill find at this establishment a STOCK of GOODS of Messrs. ELLIS &THOMPSON you TETHRO
w always
t quire but little! power to drive it. Every kind of Bittr"blown on the side of the bottle,and on receipt of send what is or I fj of BeTinetl late of LenD county,deceased .
;f neat and difficult wot k in House building. Cabin I full supply of every thing needed in our line and oas to which they will make large additions at an early stamped on the metallic cap covering the dered Qnnrr.by first mail which the pcheme. filed BruJn. offie'e'of said county a
and Dttggjfluildin I liberal terms as they can be tad in any Southern will keep constantly on band an extensive that will I having
Furniture Carriage, Wagon day. They cork rod observe our autograph signstore Immediately after the drawing, a Printed Draw that he believeshe estate of the
: .Ac, Ac, can be turned out by it with astonisbin, I Market.to Orders and filled by with Mail or the otherwise same correctness promptly as attended if- and well assorted Stock ot is on the label. ing. Certified to by the Commissioners, will b sent writeog.tio t be insolvent,therefore notice

ai neatness and c1eapatt'b.JERE RICHARDS. I personally purchased by Customers. To 'Cash and Dry Goods Hats, Boots & Shoes, Clothing O"Prepared and sold ij nOSEE fc with an Explanation. is hereby given to all person having claims against

I prompt time buyers, we feel confident in saying we Saddlery and Harness, Groceries, (Liquor SMITh, Pittsburgh, Pa., a. by t Purchasers will please write their signature I sir estate to appear and file the sams with the Judge!
July 16.1659. 20-ly giVe 'their Post Office,County anti State. I of said the 3d lav of
on or
---- --- ------ can give them entire tatisforliun. Our STOCK comprises excepted,) Provisions, Plantation Druggists, and dealers generally county I.ful'
Southern Plows, Corn Shelters, &e. i Utensils Doors, Windowsand throogktvt rrttr rated States,Cauda,Settkimcrtr All rommnnictionslltricn, cnfdetia ,I January next *hen: there will be a pro rata distribution -
Drugs Dye Stuffs tAll prizes of$1,000 i me of said estate amongst the ere ditbrs of said estate 0
A. F. MAYHER & CO., ; Medicines, \ armsbe, other Building Mate. and eer.'DJ.SCOVIL" diately after the drawing-other prizes at the nsl D. W. O W YNN, Judge of Probate.

A'KSKY STREET Chemicals, Putty rials,Furniture,Iron, MEAD. time of days.Address July 2, 1859. 27--
No. 54 NEW YORK CITY. Perfumery Burning F1uiJ.'P Hardware and Cutlery Castings, and a great MEW ORLEANS, LA., Orders for Tickets or Certificates"to

F.M. & Co.would inform Soutli /ilJu. Oamphine. I variety of other article \Vholesjale Agents WOOD EDDY
A. Cpu Merchants and respectfully Dealer.in AG.ICCLTIRA I Oils Glass Ware All of which they wiU Bell at Wholesale or Retail I Sold(' .,by and fc. BARNARD Jr.U,, Tallahassee JTI. NASH it.O. WOOD EDDY & CO.Atlanta, Georgia r.or. OF FLORIDA, )

IMPLEMENT that they are still MANVFACTIRINQ all Fine Soups Window fllass.Mnwnfactored I for CASH, Country Produce or good commercial acceptances Florida. AlIE or, WOOD, EDDY CO, Del Leon County. J f

kind of both Steel ana Iron Smrrnem Plows, PLOT Fine Tooth and Hair Tobacco. nt prices tlal.w l compare farVotably! I April 9, 1859. 15-ly t3f A list numbers& Wilmno.. from JEFFCOAT.administrator of the estate of
Brushes, Patent Medieines with those of city in the South. We invite merchants ort are JB.
CASTINGS Cora SHILLFR& GKAIX CRADLES, HAT*0 any A.Sbu.Ter,late of Leon eoeintdeceasecJbav.
1 STALK CurrEas FAN WILLS, Stoat TRUCKS CARDS: Paintbrushes, Fine Havana Segnrs, and all other pur ba.m to exaiYiW our stock. s-of Railroad one the wheel is entitled, to, will amount be published.after of the Prize that drawing cad ing'ftlcd in the Probate office of said county a written

and CASAL: BARROH-B,Gin GIAR, SICMKXT CASTING, Surgical Instruments Medicine Chests JAMES E. BROOME, 20OOO--Acr in the every den. Coo suggestion that he believe the estate of aid E.A.
following : Augusta ( )
Ac. &c. expressly for the SOITBERX TBADF Also, o suited to Plantation and Family use, D. W. 'fHO lrS'N. for Sale.. stitutionaliist. Mobile papers Register, Nashville Gazette. Shuler to be insolvent thereo notice is hereby

on bend all kinds of AGEICVLTTRAI. AXD Hoancri PURE WISES A BRAXniES-rar CUICIVAL purpose. February 19, 1859. 8-ly Lad of the alternate sec. Richmond Panlding (Miss) Clarion, Ne given to all persons having claims against said estate
IMPLEMENTS, MACHirar. Srens: FERTILIZER, THEE Dispth. and file the came with the Judge of
TCRAL i -ALSO- either side of the Pensacola & Oeorgii York York Time. '1* P
Cc ACL. which we sell at LOWER raicEs than another ; 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. SYRUP & PORKBARRELS 1 Railroad,granted 0 by the United Slates and State of Nov. 14,1857. 46-ly bate p.r county, on or before the 6th of February
house in tbe United States. We have a Dncriplive Florida to aid ia bnildfag this road. Those now offered next when there will be a pro rata ditribulo of

4 Wholesale Priced Cataloguf..bicb we wil D. II. AMES -M. LIVELY. are located on that part of the line extending Tallahassee & Fen & Geo. said estate among the creditor of said .

furnish on application by mail or otherwise. Al __May__14, 1859._______?O____h______ ____ from Tallahassee to Alligator, a distance of 102 D. W. G W YNN,Jndge of Probate.Aug.13,1859. .
J Goods warranted to be as represented. miles. lOt of them are in the vicinity: of and east RAIL-ROADS. S3-6m
A. F. CO. of the Suwannee River. They embrace every variety
I Send fur our Price List. No. 64 Vesey St., N. YSoccesHors CAMPHENE"KcnOSElVE B.ey VVes't S.A.a of soil from lands suitable merely for timber and Notice.SJX .
1. ;z to John Mayher A Co. (Who established naval stores the most valuable description lor theproduction. I
at LAUD OILS. t months from the first this
the businets in 18200)AUJ. good SYRUP and PORK BARRELS and Short Cotton publication ti h
.i .of Sea Island Sugar.
.%0, 12119. 8l3raDISSOLUTION For sale by AMES A LIVELY PLENTY here. ALSO-conree or fane Key West OJ I the undersigned tr de boni Don,
Rice Corn Tobacco and agricultural ra
;; prooucti with tbe Will annexed of all and .inguUrtbe
U, 1850. 30 at LADD-S Newport, Fla.
lands based
.. of Florida. A large proportion are pine g.
of Schedule. and credits of
chattel were
--------- -- -- --- -- -- 47 Change rights
OF Nov. >. 1858. _ I and forest resembling 'Wbic
The Original Extract Quality on clay with dense large gwt. deceased,late of county will present am
much the best pine lards: of Geor I Cord account and Toucher to the Judge of Probateof
Guns Guns
COPARTNERSHIP.THE I Corn Starch, : Guns I gia.with the difference in their favor that climate rpHB Department having ordered a daily mail serJL I Leon county and ask to be discharged from hid)

COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be Puddmgo Ice Cream I J undersigned has now permanently located and proximity t the seaboard make them admirably vice between Tallahassee and er.' Mill,
Henry B.Fill A David C. Wilson,*ude; PREPARED expressly Mange,Custards,Pies. Porrige.& THE tbo Post-office where be ia prepared I adapted for the production of Sea Island Cotton and the Train will ran on and after the first of January, lid administration.SOLOMON BILI Adm'r&e.May .
the and style of in workman like and to Sugar. The best of these lands will a* follows:
; : name Received fresh by AMES A LIVELY. the most prompt manner I recmmeOOai 1819. 14, S09. !
i ; H. B. FITTS &. CO. )1&y21. 1869. 21Congress make and repairGUNS. be found in the crops o corn sugar cane long and On the Pen. 4 Geo. Railroad :
shortstapl cotton now growing on them and adjacent Tallahassee daily at.i; ... .4 P. M. Notice.
:t M this day dissolved by mutual content RIFLE, GUN-LOCKS, and similar lands which those wULing to pbr- Lan at Walker's Mill by..... .6.30 1'
;. David 0.Wilson is appoint sole agent to doe Water.A in fact all work pertaining to a Gun or Locksmith. chase are requested to ut aDd examine. The pur. Leave Walker's Mill daily at..8. A. ). SIX Months after the first plblitio of thi 0

up the bull neu of aid copartnership. FRESH SUPPLY, just received and for 'al< With the above qualifie ttions he expect to merit a cba.eer wi have access both the Gulf and Atlan. Arrive Tallahassee .,the andenig.. present toUwIlon;
: H. B. FITTS. by AMES A LIVELY. liberal patronage of the citizen of this place and tic ports Florida, to which our roads are now built Walker'by..9.0 Mill with Post A.M via Judge of county, bio final account
D. C. WILSON. May u, 188g. 20White! surrounding country. and being extended, sad on the completion of thbconnection Connecting at Cc and voudiera a administrator on the Estate of JohnW.
1Sn. SO for sale hand. of the PensaooU it the Mooticello t Albany every evening of wek excepting of said county,and ask
July I. --------- rf: N. B. Gun locks always on Georgia wit Sunday and twice a week connecting with ToW'men deealte
AUGUSTUS BROWN. road of the of I
Slain Trunk Georgia principal pait
Lead. 1 b dimls"d.
March !fi, 1859. 13 these lands toill be in ten hours travel of Savannah. Coaches running t Madison, Alligator, Baldwin and LIEN M. WHITE,Adm'r.

k Notice.TnE PURE EXTRA and No. I-Ground in pure Lbs 0 _____ __u_________ They are at present in 24 hours travel of both I Jacksonville.On. May 19m
i nndeisigned is appointed cJe scent to dON Oil just received and for sale by For Sale Charleston and abut. by steamer Fernar
I tbe business of tbe late firm of II.B. FITTi: AMES A LIVELY. and thence by Railroad, etc., to Alligator.t These Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) Notice"TS

&CO, all persons indebted tnsaid firm are rcquestei May 21, 1S59. 21 VALUABLE WATER-TOWER SAW MILL lands were granted Railroad and the I at*.*.......... .. .. ..... 10 A.M
to come forward and pay the same end all person --- -- ------------ -- A (Orl' Mill attached,)with 600 acres Pine Land. proceeds of the sales ro are to be purpea the purchase I Arrive at St. Mark by .. .. ..1.21 A. M hereby given that application will be made ii
o I having claims against said firm are requested to pre LEMONS, Gu&va and Current Jellies Prunes, The Mill is situated about the centre of the tract of of iron for the road already the Leave St. } i, (except Suod., the next session of the Legislature of Florida fr

I lent them for settlement D. C. WILSON. ,Pickled Oysters,Brandy Peaches land and 2 miles from Station N,,. 2, Pen. & Geo. of which is in grade.completion.o at. .... .'. ......... ...... 2.15 P.II .mendment of the Charter of the Pvnaacola A G orgia
July 1, 18. 9. 80 [Sentinel copy. Preserved Lemons, Orange Pine Apples and R R.. and J of a mile from said road. To grading this object(rapid the purchase progress of iron.)prompt Arrive at Tallahassee at...,....... .. 3.30 J City A Interior and Tallabacsee Rail Rd

Ginger.Green Gage Marmalade Lemon Syrup Ra.pberrl For further information apply to the undei signed sales fet are desirable and I invite the immediate attention Connecting with Pot Coach to New Port on arrival CpniH. Alan for a Char b Railroad rro
Notice.-- do.. Strawberry do, Pine Apple do., and Ginger i Franklin, toO or
'i do. Vinegar Fresh Salmon, Lobster on the premises or by letter. of all persona wishing such property and particularly of, and which returns before the departure of the Mei. i tie of
Raspberry in the boundary
Addres C. C. BYRD.Bailey' and desirous of Train and with the line of Mail Steamer between Noer' th
claim demands etmpaoie ;
having or agaiosi
ALL person Haddock. Halhbnt nud Shad. Assorted Pickles! ,, indiyiu1 po. State of Florida East of ApsiachidolLJuly23,1859.
: to l estate of J. I. L Green deceased late oLeoo Scotch Ale and Porter. Hills Florida. ing in New Orleans Key West and Cub and intermediate SO Itet
ri county,are notified to present them to the onlertigned 30,000 Havana Segars. September 8, 1859. 3ft-4m t< TIEMS-Oo. tir e.1 and the balance in one points on the Gbl arriving at ,on their way :
( within the time prescribed by law or thii AMES A LIVELY. and two years per cent interest,payable to Key West o the 18th and 1st or- 2nd of each -

notice will be plead in bar of their recovery; and al! May 21, 1859. 21 Taylor's Cotton Gins. annually in .dTD. month,and arriving at Bt lat o their way to Ta Sale.
41 I peraoo indebted are requested to make Immediate ._ Settlers o these lands are requested to make immediate New Orleans on the of each month. virtue of vested in me by law,
t 1. payment. Cod Liver Oil. FORTY. Forty five and Fifty Saw f Gin always application to me by letter a Tallahassee. Whenever the days coma on Sunday the Train BY shall sell on' the first Hym Decembernext

!I t ELCY GREEN Adm'x. j and for sale by WALTER GWYNN will fun on that easy to connect ,before the Court House dor of TalItbissee -
Sept. 10. 18n. _87-8w FRESH AND PURE of the Celebrated Branc1," HOPKINS A MEGINNISS. Agent Pen. o Geo. R. I Co. EDWARl HOUSTOUN, during'legal bur at pub te out cry, the
o t Clark A Co. tt RusbtonI.For August 6,1855.BROWZ'S July 80. 1859. al- tPROSSER'S Prut. & Sup't. following land lying county Dea J .
Just Received ; sale by AMES A LIVELY. viz The W of the N WSeetioo
j J PATENTIRON January 1,1839. 1 ton, : | I. To.a
May 21. 1859. 21 DOUBLE CYLINDER ,
I 80
yrjt t\.n. : r, ship 2,East, S Not. containing o
0 RECEIVED-A ."T'pllofMrs.ALLEN'S T. A -\x/"tTT.'i"'> vrm SCHEDULE OP T&AttTSon lea*. Sold t pay& State and County Use l
: "4 BARRELS FLOUR t JUST Restorer and ZilobaUamnm. 6O SAW GrTN THEFLORIDA the years I 1854'*, ,.'8 sod' Oo DbL

-, .JbU 10 LblL Sugar. For sale by AMES A LIVELY. A NEW INVENTION BOILER TUBES. 1 C DEM1LLY, Colle.
2 bbl* Dried Beef May2l,3859. 21 -" !_ IT7 BAH EOAD July SI;1 859. J .
S bUa Lard. Fcr sale by HOPKINS & MEGINNISS. *VERY article necessary to DRILL the TUBE

10 3 Tieroea Sock Coffee n.ml. I English Linseed Oil, Aug. 13. 1889. 88 JtLr best PLATE sad t SET THE TUBES ia tbe Notice. .

10 C.. Bacon, PURE ARTICLE bo.1cd.nd raw. For sale Tub manDlr. Steel-Wir* and Whalebone months after the fir.t poblicatirn, tb no'
Sale. CLEER.
Cheap for earn. R. A. SHINE Ja.Aug. by the Cask or : the undersigned executor of tbe

6, 185W. 82 I gallon.AMES & LIVELY. FARM of 110 acre*,consisting i partly of Hammock BRUSHE Ta1. ARTESIAN WELLS. te, Screwed an testament of.James Whitebead,deceased, :wfll.

May2l,1829. 21_ A and partly of Pine Land, all of excellent together,flush on both sides,or with Couplins either ( ,) present his final account as such ,executor, to the
arrival of Steamer* from Charleston and SaJ lodge ef Probate of Leon county and uk't Wdibarred. *--
LaBS. quality,8 i miles from Madison C. H. About SO outside or inside. f\Sf
I Compound Gentian. acres under fence. On the place there is a well built THOMAS PROSSER A SON. \ Taob e.t Callabao with Stag. ro JOHN R '

A XOST DKSLRABLS ASSORTMENT OFFRESH i wL'a: : ':JI3J JEIt dwelling house and all necessary out buildira..A. 28 Platt Street, New York Di a Ctr11e.Oa.; a Baldwin with June 4. 1859. 2S- in .

GARDEN: SEEDS .bargain may be had if applied for soon. Another Aug. 20, 1850. S4-Sm Stage for } Bridge with Stage
I 1HSE BITTERS are an infallible remedy lorI tract of 250 acres adjoining the above will be for Middlebnrg; and a Stark with Stage fer New- 'Notice.SI .
Warranted Growth of 1858! JL Bilious and all disorders arising from a deranged Gaujsville, Micanopy, Flemingtoo, and -
condition of the digestive Dyspepsia Debil- sold with it if desired. Apply to J. L. Miller Esq., Bagging and Rope, otme. Months after the first pblit of this;no-
SEED from cold climate organs at Mad C.H,or to the subscriber at Tallahassee 0
THESE are procured a ity. Liver Complaint, Low Spirits Want of Appe ISAAC AULD. > by BOND A CO.oyd LEAVE SUrke (Sunday on arrival ,the undersigned p. I ao'
will the better in FUrida. "aiy. Leo
CODlfqueDtIylluwiah a FOR Me nued of
the Judge county
tite.Ac. For sale by AMES LIVELY. 27.1849. S3 ot at withSteamer cot.t Bo .
warmer on*like our May 21, 1859. 21 Sept.10.1859. 87-tf } Au. St.g a otg tod apply fore discharge u adminutrator .on thestateofDsvidleikeldeceased.late.f
9" Call early or send your ordera that yon mpj; a CIet 0 said county.
get the raneties desired. AMES L1VETK. Notice.SIX New Wheat Flour. Tuesday, Wednesday ad Fy. J.
Jaaoary 8. 1869. 2 I NEW WHEAT FLOUR A H
Month after date, I hall present ray final 50 BARE 'o May 1.1858. isFISK'S J011'oIUg._aom_
SUPERIORBURNING I Galbraith &f BrevardTALLABAUKK and voucher to the Hon.Judge of Probate ae HOPK KINI
185$ Notice.
ATTOENEYS AT LA VT, of Leon county a* administrator of jhe Estate OI.o PATENT MET1LIC -

FLUID FLOSIDA. of John S. Wilcox deceased, late of said county will made to the Ocosra
I sad ask for discharge from said administration. BURIAL CASES APPLCATN b neifcicskminNotTTnberioraCttaTterturaBa
FRESH. For sale at the Drug July 23, 1859. 80 a Notce the of Florida, attto
I WARRENTED' JAMES BARFIELD Admt'r.Sept OIX month after will ,
10, 1861. '- O o seat his final account and voucher J -' _.- Florid. -
t located Middle
Jaauary 1, lUt. 1 DAILY EXPECTED, and t diaebarg -o : in .
of Leon -
of Probate eotmty, f Ju120.IUt 313mPltMio
N. C, Our) Fall & Winter ,Goods, For Sale. >om UM administration oothe. e of E A .
laU -
.. bn1er,dteaaaed, ofaaideoonty.J. '
MILITARY ACADEMY. ooxaisniia or DWELLING-HOUSE recently occupied by B.JEFFCOAT, Adm'r.Aug. .. G'
DRY GOODS. RATS' THE. L.EGran,in the Northwest portion of the | .20, 1829. M- m Rasexool Finithed-Latent Patent,} \17_ reeerrkff ly''

: THE SUPERINTENDENT wta lot eleven yean HARDWARE.GROCERIES CLOTHING., city. Poaaewion given immediately. Tbe lot b large Ata-TMvr tan nrMmccrnu. YY. a I Plantation.use, to which we invite

officer of lb South Carolina State Military I CORN SHELLERS, and handsomely iocaled. 4be dveOiBg' comfortable- SUPPLY of all sties kept constantly on hand the i0ipe tioQ of planter*aad publicHOPKINS y. .
Academies. For a circular address DOOTd & SHOES, PAINTS A OIL, with six room. Terms easy. ttn A by T.J.RA'L. TJEoderlater.November t-. .
C. 0. TEW. BnUborourh,N. C. For aalt ebe.p1 BOND A CO. B. C. LEWIS. CASH ADV Cotton b tO,185$. 47 ( Aug.20lL39. $4
JJircb 12, 1859. 11-l, Lloyd. Aflg. 22, lU9. JS Sept. 24,185fc 59 Aug.*7. 69. W d.co .

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